An end user in a Transaction Processing system (TPS) is more concerned with the software structure / design, coding approaches and the back end procedures of TPS. Do you agree / disagree with the given statement? Justify your opinion with solid reasons.
Solution: I disagree with this statement because end user has no concerned with the software structure / design, coding approaches and the back end procedures of TPS. The transaction is the activity that changes stored data, examples of such an activity would be using a credit card, making a reservation or making a cash withdrawal at an ATM.
TPS is part of an IS which uses already stored data to generate quick and uninterrupted response to the end user. End user is only concern with the out put from a TPS. As in the case of airline booking, bank transactions through ATMs etc. Fast performance with a rapid response time is critical. Businesses cannot afford to have customers waiting for a TPS to respond, the turnaround time from the input of the transaction to the production for the output must be a few seconds or less.DOWNLOAD SOLUTION HERE