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  • Kwamena Phandoh Ghana clear
    2014-12-20 11:12:26

  • Ryan Shuman South Africa are costs to company available to maintain and operate the system and are the funds planned and available for unforeseen circemstances? are the funds to start the system and daily operational costs
    2014-12-19 06:12:11

  • Thomas Ndungo Lekunze Cameroon This entails undertaking a cost benefit analysis of the establishment and sustainance of the system comparatively to the existing systems
    2014-12-15 07:12:06

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs.
    2014-12-12 14:12:49

  • manase motimele South Africa feasibility studies are compiled to differentiate the current(old) system and the one that would be created(new). it compares the maintenance levels (capital and labour) of both system, so that they know if it makes financial sense to create a new system or upgrade the old one to meet the required production levels needed.
    2014-12-11 07:12:40

  • ESSOTOLOME BODJO China At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer. The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs. Establishment costs are those associated with the actual creation of the system. This would include all development costs, hardware purchases and the like. The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the anticipated life of that system. At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer. The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs. Establishment costs are those associated with the actual creation of the system. This would include all development costs, hardware purchases and the like. The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the antic
    2014-12-02 15:12:19

  • Aggrey Kegome Kenya The overall system development must include the initial investment and the running costs.
    2014-12-02 08:12:25

  • Zinabie Tadesse Gebremedhin Ethiopia The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the anticipated life of that system
    2014-11-25 11:11:29

  • Md Shohel Mahmud Bangladesh System and the cost will take clear position, and throughout the time it is important that they are gong side by side and harmonically.
    2014-11-16 09:11:07

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer. The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs. Establishment costs are those associated with the actual creation of the system. This would include all development costs, hardware purchases and the like. The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the anticipated life of that system
    2014-11-16 06:11:53

  • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer. The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs. Establishment costs are those associated with the actual creation of the system. This would include all development costs, hardware purchases and the like. The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the anticipated life of that system
    2014-11-16 06:11:41

  • Caroline Omoro Kenya is it true to assume that in the long run, ongoing costs will be equal to or more than ongoing costs?suppose this is true ,then is it correct to state that the project is no longer viable?
    2014-11-11 12:11:49

    • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer. The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs. Establishment costs are those associated with the actual creation of the system. This would include all development costs, hardware purchases and the like. The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the anticipated life of that system.
      2014-11-16 07:11:57
    • Cyrus Wanjohi Kenya Yah at this...if resource are not available you can declare the project is not viable.
      2014-11-16 06:11:55
  • Caroline Omoro Kenya establishment costs are one off payments done during the actual creation of the system.ongoing costs on the other hand are those that are incurred annually.if the current system cost does it cheaper than it will be futile to develop anew system to perform the desired task.
    2014-11-11 12:11:55

  • Janvier Nyandamu Rwanda what decision is taken if the establishment cost is higher so that even if the on-going is cheaper the system remains always expensive?
    2014-11-08 11:11:29

  • Nothando Gumpo United Kingdom At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer. The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs. Establishment costs are those associated with the actual creation of the system. This would include all development costs, hardware purchases and the like. The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the anticipated life of that system.
    2014-11-06 09:11:14

  • Assel Satpayeva Kazakhstan Simply call it as Project cost and Operational cost. 80% of the efforts at Project timeline and 20% of the efforts at Operational Timeline. More resources are required at Project stage.
    2014-10-29 03:10:57

  • Ralph Webster South Africa Can the system development costs and ongoing costs be justified on the improvements it will deliver? Usually they can through cost savings. At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer. The costs will be divided into two categories - establishment costs and ongoing costs. Establishment costs are those associated with the actual creation of the system. This would include all development costs, hardware purchases and the like. The establishment costs are one off costs and will not be repeated during the life of the system. Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system. It includes the human resource costs, system consumables costs and the like. The ongoing costs must be low enough to justify the development of the system. That is, there is no point developing a new system to perform a job if the current system does it cheaper - unless there is some overwhelming need for change. The establishment costs will be incurred in the initial setting up of the system, however they will usually be viewed over the anticipated life of that system.??
    2014-10-19 07:10:00

  • Linda Manzano United States of America hummmm .... well when the project is done? the company must have the necessary skill to train personal in order to fix o modified any outcome with the project.
    2014-10-09 02:10:20

  • George Fragos Greece Which are the resources that would be need to look in order to run system on a smooth way??
    2014-09-29 09:09:44

  • ANNETTE ROBINSON United States of America Yes, you want to ensure the profits out weigh the costs in any business.
    2014-09-09 00:09:33

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