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Conduct a business information systems needs analysis. Include the following in your needs analysis:
Review current technologies – what do you have and what do you need?
Consider the desired outcome – how will the organization change over the next several years and what needs must be fulfilled?
Determine options and alternatives – can you update or upgrade existing systems and remain compatible with other systems, must you buy new systems, or can you create solutions internally?
Recommend a solution – what is the best choice given the options and alternatives available?
Decide how to measure effectiveness of the recommended solution – how will you know it worked?
Evaluate resources – what are the costs in time, money, and productivity for the recommended solution for equipment, training, implementation, etc.?
Write a 1- to 2-page summary of your analysis.
Create a 1-page systems change management template for the business information system from your needs analysis. Include the following in your change management template:
How to request system changes
Documenting change requests, approvals, and details
Scope of the change
Change sponsor
Implementation of changes including communication, training, etc.
Submit your analysis summary and change management template.

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