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    NKOTANYI Francis Rwanda This is so technical.
    2015-05-17 09:05:41

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    Abosi Bill [[]] At this stage, feasibility is measure of how well. Propos d system solve the problem is and take advantage of the opportunity identified and satisfies the requirement identifies in the requirement analysis phase of the system.
    2015-05-16 23:05:17

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    Gwinyai Mushunje Mozambique there must be always a room for expansion and implemantion of the system
    2015-05-13 14:05:03

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    John Day United Kingdom It is "an anticipatory decision making process" that helps in coping with complexities
    2015-05-11 14:05:41

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    maha mustafa eltahir Sudan Check out of the outputs must be re analysed
    2015-05-09 16:05:19

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    maha mustafa eltahir Sudan Company must be logged in to add value to the system in the beginning of the umplementation system
    2015-05-09 16:05:05

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    Tessa Davy Canada In other words once completed, will the organization require additional resources to be able to operate the new system effectively and efficiently, or can they do so within existing framework? This must be addressed by the feasibility study and before the initializing of the project.
    2015-05-08 19:05:47

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    ZAFRUL HASSAN MUJIB India one organization may treat a feasibility study as routine pre-project work, another may treat it as the first phase of a project, and a third may treat the feasibility study as a separateOrganizational planning can direct the management of resources, and support for the component projects on the basis of risk categories. the appropriate resources - including human, technical and physical
    2015-05-07 12:05:12

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    jooj hywrd Iraq Very great
    2015-05-05 22:05:09

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    jooj hywrd Iraq If we have an additional resources, what we should do?
    2015-05-05 22:05:37

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    jooj hywrd Iraq What level of operation will need to be to meet goals?
    2015-05-05 22:05:33

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    Hilary Madzvimbo Zimbabwe This is a challenging phase as the organization must consider present known factors as well as future unknown factors in order to provide satisfactory continuity of a project .
    2015-05-05 15:05:31

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    Barnabas Halimani Zimbabwe At this stage the feasibility assessment focuses on the degree to which the proposed development projects fits in with the existing business environment and objectives with regard to development schedules, delivery date, corporate culture, and existing business processes. This stage is called operational feasibility, a measure of how well a proposed system solves the problem, and takes advantage of the opportunities identified during scope definition and how it satisfies the requirements identified in the requirements analysis phase of the system development.
    2015-05-04 13:05:39

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    Bisheswar Boro India what is a challenging phase as the organization?
    2015-04-30 06:04:16

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      maha mustafa eltahir Sudan Flow chart because it is the main sourse to build the project solutions
      2015-05-09 16:05:45
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    sunday mbiam Nigeria This is a challenging phase as the organization must consider present known factors as well as future unknown factors in order to provide satisfactory continuity of a project
    2015-04-21 12:04:56

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    Samson Olajumoke Nigeria in the feasibility study, it must first be determined what the level of operation will need to be to meet the goals, and once this is determined, it can be established what resources will be needed to allow the system to run at this level. It will then be possible to evaluate if the organization has the appropriate resources - including human, technical and physical. It might be possible for the organisation to be able to implement the system without the need for additional resources, however it is also quite likely that the organisation will need to provide additional resources for the system to be implemented. If the organization needs to alter the nature of the resources it has available, it should be identified in the feasibility study.
    2015-04-20 15:04:55

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh Whether the proposed system is consistent with the organization’s strategic objectives?
    2015-04-07 22:04:26

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh it must first be determined what the level of operation will need to be to meet the goals, and once this is determined, it can be established what resources will be needed to allow the system to run at this level. It will then be possible to evaluate if the organisation has the appropriate resources - including human, technical and physical. It might be possible for the organisation to be able to implement the system without the need for additional resources.
    2015-04-07 22:04:09

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    Uba Oguchi Christian Nigeria If the system was developed, does the company have the ability to keep it operating at an acceptable level? yes or no Once it has been established that the organisation has the appropriate skills to develop the system, the feasibility study must determine if the company will be able to keep the system operating at a level which will enable it to meet the original goals. In order to do this, it must first be determined what the level of operation will need to be to meet the goals, and once this is determined, it can be established what resources will be needed to allow the system to run at this level. It will then be possible to evaluate if the organisation has the appropriate resources - including human, technical and physical. It might be possible for the organisation to be able to implement the system without the need for additional resources, however it is also quite likely that the organisation will need to provide additional resources for the system to be implemented. If the organisation needs to alter the nature of the resources it has available, it should be identified in the feasibility study.
    2015-04-07 16:04:17

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    Adam Muhammad Usman Nigeria After developing the system, the company needs to have adequate resources to maintain the system
    2015-04-07 16:04:04

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