Well this is my sixth and final post. My group and I have covered many topics. Some of these include the uses of Flowcharts, how flowcharts are applied in a business environment, how to construct a Flowchart, the differences between DFD’s and Flowcharts and even there purpose and use. Starting this blog I had no idea how important Flowcharts are in business. They provide a visual aid in presentations. They often help explain what words cannot. This is vital in business especially when using power – point.
This is one of the most simple Flowcharts I found that explain it.
Other things to note. An “as is Flowchart” is an overview of your business processes. A DFD is linked to the flow of info in a computer program. This differs from Flowcharts. Always give the Flowchart a title.
That about sums it up. The purpose of this blog was to learn about Flowcharts and DFD’s while also learning how to blog properly. I learned both over the last few weeks. I’d like to thank my group members for working so well and providing so much feedback. Thank you 🙂