At the other extreme is a software system that is oriented to a single application.
If software is application-oriented, it is generally designed to handle one
specific type of job and does not allow much integration. An example is a payroll
system that is not integrated with labor cost budgeting or a food inventories
control system that is not integrated with purchasing and food costing.
Due to their relative simplicity, application-oriented software systems can
be easily evaluated to determine whether they will perform precisely the jobs