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SOFTWARE

SELECTION

Methodology

Designs the Framework

Helps in Gaining Future Profits


ADVISORY
GROUP

SUPPLIER NEED
SELECTIO ANALYSIS
N

MARKET
RESEARC BUDGETING
H
TECHNOLOGY ADVISORY
BOARD

4-6 Members

Representative of Various Departments

Road Map

Help of Experts
NEED ANALYSIS

Requirements Definitions

Analyze Flow of Information

Review Departmental Requirements

Prepare Functional Questions


BUDJETING

Estimated Amount to be Spent

Sources of Funds

Necessary Approvals
MARKET RESEARCH

Most Important Phase

Requires Extensive Research

Sources of Vendor Research


SOHAIL KHAN
M14MBA061
Making The Contacting
Decision Vendors

SELECTION
Initial
Final Evaluation OF SUPPLIER Scrutiny

Cost Vs
Software Benefit
Demonstration Analysis
CONTACTING POTENTIAL
VENDORS

Communicate all requirements to Vendors

Request Proposal Form Preparation

Questions shall be clear and unambiguous

Short List of question shall be made


INITIAL EVALUATION

Evaluate The Responses Obtained

Scoring of Vendors

Predetermined Criteria and weighting system shall be used

Documentation
COST VS BENEFIT ANALYSIS
Determine total cost of System Ownership

Focus on what improvement will it bring.

Analyze
1) License fee
2) Implementation Cost
3) Training Cost

Determine Cost of Hardware, Networking and Communication


Devices

Future Direct and Indirect Costs


SOFTWARE
DEMONSTRATION

Select 4-5 vendors for Pre Sale Demonstration

More Focus on Business problems solutions.

Seek Help from Companies who Recently Implemented


Systems

Ask Challenging Question


FINAL EVALUATION
Ignore who didn’t match Requirement.

Final Decision not only depend on Matching with Requirements but focus on:

Vendor Reputation
Track Record
Time and Cost for Implementation
Functionality and Customization
Ability to keep up with Technology changes

Whole Selection team must Participate


MAKING THE DECISION

Select Supplier of Choice

Notify Supplier of Decision

Negotiate the Contract


IMPLEMENATION

Once the decision is made, process of selection will end and


implementation process will start.

But still review must be what could have been done better, and focus
shall be given on better understanding between users and support team
of vendors.
SALMAN MUNIR
M12MBA015
MICROSOFT SQL SERVER IS A RELATIONAL
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
DEVELOPED BY MICROSOFT.
WHAT IS IT?
It is based on the relational model that organizes data into groups of
tables referred to as relations

Is not an Open Source

Structured Query Language


MS SQL DATABASE
SERVER
Till now, around 15 versions of this product have been released.

First Version was SQL Server 1.0 (16 bit) in 1989

Latest version SQL Server 2016

Suitability for Windows


IN 1987
COMPEITIORS
FEATURES
Easy Installation

Improved Performance

Security

Excellent Data Restoration and Recovery Mechanism


TOOLS PROVIDED BY
MS SQL
IN-MEMORY OLTP

SQL SERVER MANAGEMENT STUDIO

DATABASE TUNING ADVISOR.

T-SQL
ADVANTAGES

No Coding Required

Emergence of ORDBMS

High speed
MUHAMMAD JAVED
M14MBA034
Oracle software is primarily composed of tools
used for running enterprise-grade computer
servers and systems. The company is most
known for its database offerings, but it also
provides a number of additional tools as well.
HISTORY
MARKET
SHARE

As of 2013 Oracle holds no.1 RDBMS


market share worldwide based on revenue
share of its closest competitors.
ORACLE
COMPETITORS
WHO IS USING ORACLE
V IN PAKISTAN
LATEST VERSION OF
ORACLE
ORACLE 12C FEATURES

Oracle Supports Online Backup And Recovery

Multiple Indexes On A Single Column.

Invisible Columns.

Restore A Table Easily Through RMAN:

Earlier If You Had To Restore A Particular Table, You Had To Do All Sorts Of Things
Like Restoring A Tablespace And Or Do Export And Import. The New Restore
Command In RMAN Simplifies This Task.
ORACLE 12C FEATURES
5. An Oracle database can run on all major platforms, including
Windows and networking protocols.

6. Oracle fully supports all industry standards and provides full


support to developers

7. Oracle is useful when large databases are needed


GRAPHIC USER
LANGUAGE INTERFACE
COMPLEXITY & ORGANIZATION
COST OF DB OBJECTS
OPERATING
SYSTEM
ANY QUESTIONS
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