Proof of concept

CIS 510Technical Paper: Proof of Concept (POC)Technical Paper: Proof of Concept (POC)Due Week 10 and worth 230 pointsYour company is a 4-year-old startup called XYZ Software Enterprises. XYZ produces a point of sale system and was awarded a Proof of Concept (POC) to one of the largest and oldest restaurants in the industry (you know, the ones in the commercials all the time). The restaurant wants XYZ to prove that the software will do what the sales people said it could do.Your Proof of Concept will include four parts:· Part 1: Gantt Chart· Part 2: Testing and User Acceptance Report· Part 3: Use Case Diagram· Part 4: Activity DiagramPart 1: Gantt ChartA Gantt Chart (see page 353 Figure 11-18) needs to be created for the entire process of the Proof of Concept. There is a two-month deadline from today to complete the POC.Using Visio or Excel, create a Gantt Chart that includes all of the items listed below and adds five more tasks minimum from the concepts learned from the course:· The initial meeting — today.· Should appear as the first line.· Teams selected to participate in the project (1 week).· Information gathering (add the information gathering methods you will use and how long each will take).· System configurations based on information gathering methods (2 weeks).· Create Activity Chart based on information gathering (info to create chart supplied).· Create Use Case Diagram based on information gathering (info to create chart supplied).· Show the finished configurations to the team and get feedback (1 day).· Make changes based on feedback (3 days).· Install the system in the test store (2 days).· Train staff (1 day).· Run a live test of POC (2 weeks).NOTE:· The five or more additional tasks can be subtasks for information gathering methods as well some other subtask or major task not in the initial list.· You may add items from the SDLC, specific item(s) on testing, or any other concept you think should be part of the POC process learned in the course of this semester.NOTE: Remember that events in a Gantt chart can happen at the same time as other events. Some items also cannot start until others are completed. Everything has an estimated timeframe and it is displayed in the chart.Part 2: Testing and User Acceptance ReportAs part of the expected documentation in the POC, XYZ wants a report on Testing and User Acceptance.Your manager is asking you to research the testing criteria they listed in the POC documents.The POC document states that they are looking for:1. System and Stress Testing2. User Acceptance Testing (UAT)For both categories, research and report on:1. What these tests are.2. Why the industry leader would want these particular tests.3. The best ways, in detail, to accomplish the tests so that your company meets the criteria they are looking for.o These items can be added to your Gantt Chart (Part 1)Part 3: Use Case DiagramThe restaurant, as part of the information gathering, outlined a use case in a chart (below).Your manager assigned you to create the Use Case Diagram using Visio, MS Word, or any other software. (See the diagrams on Page 84 and 85 of the textbook.)· Paste the diagram into the created report.USE   CASEACTOROrder   Food Waiter,   Patron, ChefServe   FoodWaiterCook   FoodChefPay   for food Waiter,   PatronEat   FoodPatronPart 4: Activity DiagramAs a part of the information gathering process, a chart of items was provided by XYZ.Your manager has asked that you use Visio, MS Word, or any other software with which you are familiar to create the Activity Diagram (see pages 138 Figure 5-5 and 139 Figure 5-6 in the textbook.)· Paste the diagram into the created report.POS SALES PROCESSActivity DiagramHost/Hostess   seats patronServer   takes drink orderServer   opens order for table in POS systemServer   places drink order in the POS systemSystem   sends drink order to the BarBar   makes drinksServer   brings drinks to tableServer   takes food orderServer   adds food order in the POS systemOrder   goes to kitchenChef   and staff cook the orderFood   Runner brings food to tableServer   takes dessert orderServer   adds dessert order to POSChef   and Staff create dessertsFood   Runner brings desserts to tableServer   creates check in POSServer   collects payment and enters it in POSServer   adds tipped amount to POSServer   closes table in POSAdditionally you must:· Use at least 3 quality resources. NOTE: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as quality resources.Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:· Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.· Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.· Include charts or diagrams created in Visio, Word, or an open source alternative. The completed diagrams/charts must be imported into the Word document before the paper is submitted.

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