System Context Diagram Example: Banking System Context Diagram

The best way to understand System Context Diagram is to look at some examples of System Context Diagram and start drawing your own. You can now modify the System Context Diagram example below using Visual Paradigm's online System Context Diagram tool.

What is System Context Diagram?

The system context diagram (also known as a level 0 DFD) is the highest level in a data flow diagram and contains only one process, representing the entire system, which establishes the context and boundaries of the system to be modeled. Thus, it is a high level view of a system that defines the boundary between the system, or part of a system, and its environment, showing the external entities that interact with it.

How to create a System Context Diagram?

Have you ever wondered how to draw System Context Diagram with a diagram tool like Visio but with more great diagramming features? VP Online Diagrams is the answer.

  1. Create a blank System Context Diagram.
  2. From the diagram palette, select the shapes you need and drop them onto the diagram. Arrange and connect shapes with connector lines.
  3. When you are done, save it (File > Save as) to our cloud repository for future access. You can also export your diagram into an image (PNG, SVG, JPG, PDF and more) and share it with your co-workers.

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