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    Mirianga Raerang Kiribati Finished
    2015-05-28 00:05:58

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    Amr Alsyd Ali Egypt done
    2015-05-27 06:05:20

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    NKOTANYI Francis Rwanda It involves cost estimation.
    2015-05-17 09:05:27

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    Abosi Bill [[]] At this point in the feasibility study, the costs are divided into two, the establishment costs and the ongoing costs. The latter which is the actual costs associated with the creation of the system while the ongoing costs re the costs that will be faced each year in running the system.
    2015-05-17 00:05:52

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    Annabelle Bongat Saudi Arabia The organization should also anticipate if they can sustain the ongoing cost
    2015-05-13 16:05:04

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    lucia Nkomo Mauritania Ongoing costs can also be termed running costs?
    2015-05-12 16:05:03

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    John Day United Kingdom It is deciding future course of action from amongst alternatives. It is a process that involves making and evaluating each set of interrelated decisions
    2015-05-11 14:05:41

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    Tessa Davy Canada Unless absloute change was required overall costs, especially operating costs must be cheaper than exising ongoing costs to demonstrate the cost worthiness of implementing the change.
    2015-05-08 19:05:55

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    ZAFRUL HASSAN MUJIB India 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.Ongoing costs are the costs that will be faced each year in running the system
    2015-05-07 12:05:09

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    jooj hywrd Iraq Does the costs guaranteed or changeable?
    2015-05-05 22:05:02

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    Hilary Madzvimbo Zimbabwe The system development costs and on-going process.
    2015-05-05 15:05:30

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    Barnabas Halimani Zimbabwe To ensure success, desired operational outcomes must be imparted during design dependent parameters such as reliability, maintainability, sustainability, sup-portability, usability, producibility, affordability and others. The ongoing costs must be lower enough to justify the development of the system.
    2015-05-04 14:05:40

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    Bisheswar Boro India Can the system development costs and ongoing costs be justified on the improvements it will deliver?
    2015-04-30 06:04:36

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    sunday mbiam Nigeria Can the system development costs and ongoing costs be justified on the improvements it will deliver?
    2015-04-21 12:04:59

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    sunday mbiam Nigeria Can the system development costs and ongoing costs be justified on the improvements it will deliver?
    2015-04-21 12:04:32

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    Barry Rideout Canada How to justify ongoing costs?
    2015-04-13 14:04:01

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh Whether the problem be solved using existing technology and resources available?
    2015-04-07 22:04:28

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh 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.
    2015-04-07 22:04:10

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    Uba Oguchi Christian Nigeria Can the system development costs and ongoing costs be justified on the improvements it will deliver? At this point in the feasibility study, the costs associated with the proposed system will be clearer whether the company can afford the cost.
    2015-04-07 16:04:38

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    Brian Kuhuni Nigeria a relative comparative analysis is made on cost control and if the old system was more efficient then the new system may not be worthwhile
    2015-04-06 16:04:22

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