Demonstrate your understanding of Assembly in relation to other languages, your ability to apply existing ARM64 assembly mnemonics and techniques to a specific purpose, and to demonstrate the ability to….
You have been brought in as a business analyst to assist with its organisation.
|Note: This case study is to be used throughout this Session to answer questions in set activities, which will be compiled into a report. Part A of the report, an “Initial Investigation” is to be submitted at the end of Week 6. The final report (including your Part A adjusted after marker feedback) is to be submitted in Week 12. You should use all relevant parts of the case study to inform your answers for the report.|
Case Study Part 1 Introduction Henry’s Organics produces organically certified vegetables, fruit and nuts, honey and eggs that are grown with permaculture principles and biodynamic soils. It initially started in Henry Cropper’s backyard. He and his friends started a community garden, and due to increasing demand for locally grown organic food, it has grown into a commercial venture.
The business prospect has expanded in recent years with the return of Henry to his family property that historically had been used as a station for cattle grazing. Although it was a major commitment, Henry has turned much of that land into a food forest. He did not do this all by himself. He and his friends have worked tirelessly, and now they have employed farm hands to assist on the farm.
With the range and volume of produce, along with the outputs of the animals, in addition to the growing number of customers, Henry is finding it hard to keep the track of things. An information system may provide a way to help manage the increasing complexities of the business. You have been brought in as a business analyst to assist with its organisation. Background Briefing