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Feasibility study

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  • 1. Feasibility Study:
  • 2.
    • Feasibility Study is essential to evaluate cost & benefits of the
    proposed system.
    • On the basis of the feasibility study decision is taken on whether
    to proceed or to postpone the project or to cancel the project.
    Steering Committee
  • 3. Needs of feasibility study:
    It determine the potential of the existing system .
    It finds or determine all the problem of existing system.
    To determine all the goals of the system.
    It finds all possible solutions of the problem of existing system.(that becomes proposed system).
    It find technology required to solve these problems.
    It determines really which solution is easy for operational from the point of view of customer or employees such that it requires very less time with 100% accuracy
  • 4. 7. It determines what hardware and software is required to
    obtain solution of each problem or proposed system.
    8. It determines cost requirements of the complete proposed
    system in terms of cost of hardware required, software required,
    designing new system, implementation and trainning, proposed
    maintenance cost.
  • 5. Three Types of feasibility study (Steering Committee)
    1) Technical Feasibility.
    2) Operational Feasibility.
    3) Economical Feasibility.
  • 6. Technical Feasibility:
    Following things should be considered
    Determine available hardware.
    Determine available computer with configuration.
    Determine available software.
    Find out technical feasibility required for proposed system
    1) It mentions new hardware requirements of proposed
    system.
    2) It Mentions Computer with new configuration
    requirements of proposed system.
    3) It mentions New software requirements of the
    proposed system.
  • 7. Operational Feasibility(Behavioral feasibility)
    It find out whether the proposed System will be suitable using three types of aspects; That are human, organizational, and political aspects.
    It finds out whether there is any direct-indirect
    resistance from the user of this system or not?
    2) It finds whether the operations of proposed system
    is easy or not as compare to existing system.
    3) It find out whether the user or customer of the
    system requires extra training or not?
    4) It finds if any job reconstruction is required or not?
    5) Watches the feelings of the customers as well as user.
    6) System should provide right & accurate information to
    user or customer at right place as well as at right
    time.
  • 8. Economical Feasibility:
    Here, Steering committee finds totalcost and allbenefits of the proposed system. There are two types of costs: One time cost & recurring cost.
    One time cost involve following :
    Feasibility study cost.
    Cost converting existing system to proposed system.
    Cost to remolding architecture of the office, machinaries, rooms etc.
    Cost of hardware's.
    Cost of operating Software’s.
    Cost of Application software’s.
    Cost of training.
    Cost of documentation preparation.
  • 9. Recurring cost involves following :
    Cost involves in purchase or rental of equipment.
    Cost of phones & mobile communication equipment.
    Cost of salaries of employee .
    Cost of maintenance of equipment.

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