System conversion options include parallel, direct, pilot, and phased. Each appr

System conversion options include parallel, direct, pilot, and phased. Each approach has advantages and disadvantages given a particular system and the business environment in which the system is being implemented. The correct conversion approach depends on the characteristics of the system being developed, the structure and culture of the organization, and the characteristics and situation of the system being replaced. Selecting the correct system conversion option for the implementation scenario is crucial to the successful implementation of the new system within the organization.In this Assignment, you will evaluate system conversion strategies for the project described in the case study. To Prepare for This AssignmentCreate a PowerPoint Presentation that contains 8–10 slides with a narrative overlay. The overall slide show must be in the range of 6–10 minutes. The presentation must be engaging, well-organized, easy to understand, and include the following:An introduction to the presentation.
An evaluation of four conversion strategies (parallel, direct, pilot, and phased), summarizing the advantages and disadvantages of each strategy.
A recommendation of a specific conversion strategy for the enterprise-wide system to be implemented in the case study. Include justification for your conversion choice.
A summary of the presentation.
The slide show presentation must use a consistent professional theme, transitions and appropriate use of graphics or charts
The oral narrative must include appropriate use of voice and transitions with proper grammar and clear enunciation of words
A variety of Learning Resources are provided to help you become familiar with the topic for this Assignment. To prepare, review all Assignment resources in this week’s Explore section.To complete this Assignment, you must have Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or newer loaded on your computer. In addition, you must have a microphone to record your oral narrative to accompany the presentation.Once the PowerPoint slides are complete, you have created a written copy of the narrative, and you have tested the narrative to be sure it is the proper overall length (time), you will embed the oral narrative into the file. To embed the narrative, complete the following steps.Beginning with the first slide:Select the Slide Show Tab – Record Narration – Set microphone level.Talk into your microphone to make sure it is working properly.
Click OK and begin your narrative for the first slide.
Advance to the next slide (left click). Be sure you are done speaking before you left click.
Record the narrative for the second slide.
Continue advancing through the slides and recording your narrative.
After the last slide, you will be asked if you want to save the slide timings. Select SAVE.
Now start your slide show. The show will progress at the pace you set while creating the narrative for each slide.
If you need to redo the recording, simply go back to the first slide, select the Slide Show Tab and re-record your entire narrative or you may choose to re-record just one slide at a time.
REPEAT steps 1–8 until you are satisfied with the presentation and your slide show is completed in 6–10 minutes.
Save the PowerPoint Presentation with the embedded narrative.
Requirements: What it needs to be if possible

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