You will prepare and submit a term paper on The London Visual Arts Exhibition System. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length. The major entities involved in the operations of this system involve the museum management staff, the curator, the artist, the promotional artist, the transportation agency and the advertising agency. The reservation requirements would include the date, time and duration of stay, and each customer or artist will be required to register on the website when providing painting information.
The business events entailed in this system mainly focus on the marketing of exceptional paintings via the London Visual Arts (LVA) Museum/Gallery. Artists will have to contact the London Visual Arts (LVA) Museum/Gallery curators and upload snapshots of the paintings they are interested in displaying at the exhibition. In turn, the London Visual Arts (LVA) curators examine and select paintings that would make a good exhibition. Curators also contact other galleries or museums to find out about paintings held elsewhere viable for the exhibition.
Paintings collected and scheduled for the exhibition are transported to the London Visual Arts (LVA) via a transportations agency. Next, the curators create a detailed file for each and every painting to be put up for exhibition together with all the artist information affiliated with the respective painting. The business events meant for this system revolve around the operations manager, that is, the curators at the art gallery who are responsible for managing the major operations of the proposed system, a term referred to as a system administrator (BURAGGA & ZAMAN 2013).
This phase of the development cycle is tasked with the preliminary investigation of the end-user needs. The end-users of the system in this case scenario will be patients, doctors and physicians who will interact with the end system after its development. This stage of software creation promotes project planning and the feasibility study to be carried out. This aids in establishing a high-level view or display of the intended project and determines the objectives set for the organization. This stage entails data collection of facts and figures and other data variants which involves a feasibility study that is purposed to aid in the carrying out of an economic study of the organization’s background (SEFFAH, GULLIKSEN & DESMARAIS 2005).