The paper "Implementing a Business Intelligence System at Temper Tinglary Soho Art Gallery" is a wonderful example of an assignment on management. The quality management plan for the business intelligence system project will detail what needs to be done in order to ensure that a quality BI system is implemented at the end of the project (Sobh, 2010). Thus quality management is intended to ensure that quality is planned and managed; quality assurance and control activities are defined and that acceptable quality standard are defined (Eckerson, 2010). The product quality of this project will be based on an integrated quality approach for the definition of quality standards, measurement of quality, and continuous improvement quality (Thierauf, 2001).
The product quality of BI system project will be based on the ability of the system to meet the firm’ s current objective of implementing a system which can offer the firm an opportunity to explore, integrate, aggregate and carry out a multidimensional analysis of data originating from various information resources (Eckerson, 2010). The process quality of the BI system will focus on the sourcing, vendor identification, and tailoring of the system to suit Temper Tinglary SOHO Art Gallery-Yarra Valley needs (Sobh, 2010).
Its addition process quality will be dependent on the comprehensiveness of training offered to the users of the system at the firm. The specific quality standards of the project (both product and process) will be developed by the project team in conjunction with the company’ s quality group (Czemicki, 2009). All the documents developed for the quality of the project will become part of the BI system project and will be transitioned to operations if the project is completed successfully. In order to measure the quality of the BI system project throughout its lifecycle for the processes and product, metrics will be developed (Schwalbe, 2009).
The definition, measurement, and analysis of metrics will be developed by the Temper Tinglary SOHO Art Gallery-Yarra Valley quality group manager and the project team.
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