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You have to read the Gold- Cinema (GC) case study below and write a report to answer the


1. The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) identifies all the activities required to build, launch,

and maintain an information system. Discuss the six core processes of the SDLC required to

develop the GC project.

2. Develop a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) description supported with a table for the GC

project explaining the ID, description, and duration for each task.

3. Develop PERT/CPM chart explaining the early and late start for each task. Identify the critical

path and the total time to finish the project.

4. Use the information in Table 1, calculate the net present value, the payback period, and the

return on investment by using a discount rate of 6 percent. The development costs for the

project were $15,000. Do a five-year return on investment.

5. Develop a use case diagram which models the actors in GC system.

You may need to make some assumption as required. Whenever you make assumptions, please

state these clearly.

Case Study: Gold-Cinema System (GCS)

The Gold- Cinema is a ticket office that would like to develop the online system for keeping the track

of customers, productions, performances, and seats. The Gold- Cinema intends to keep the track of

their customers in a way that they can notify their customers about upcoming events, and identify

those who frequently support the Cinema. For this purpose, customers require to create an account

prior to booking any thicket for the first time. The Information records on the online system consist

of first and last name, residential address, city, zip code, mobile number, and email address. For

digital purposes, a unique identification number is created for each customer. If the customers face

with any issues for creating account or booking a ticket, the advisor needs to support them. In this

case, the online system needs to record the assigned advisor for each customer, by recording the

name of the advisor who support customer for each time.