Answer to Question #40580 in Other Programming & Computer Science for april
“As you know, we’re an enthusiastic group. We’re not a dynasty yet, but we’re working on it,” Paul LeGon tells you. Paul (introduced in Consulting Opportunity 2.3), at 24 years of age, is the “boy king” of Pyramid, Inc., a small but successful independent bookpublishing firm that specializes in paperback books outside of the publishing mainstream. As a systems analyst, you have been hired by Pyramid, Inc., to help develop a computerized warehouse inventory and distribution information system. “We’re hiring lots of workers,” Paul continues, as if to convince you of the vastness of Pyramid’s undertaking. “And we feel Pyramid is positioned perfectly as far as our markets in the north, south, east, and west are concerned. “My assistant, Ceil Toom, and I have been slaving away, thinking about the new system. And we’ve concluded that what we really need is a prototype. As a matter of fact, we’ve tunneled through a lot of material. Our fascination with the whole idea has really pyramided.” As you formulate a respons
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