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Hardware Replacement Project The information technologies department is adding the latest solution for customer relationship management (CRM) to its organization. With the hardware replacement project (HRP) for this addition, it consists of five major variables. They are as follows: time, quality, scope, and risk. I will be giving a description of how the variables are related to the HRP. There are many thoughts that will be implemented in choosing the best projects that will provide the finest business worth during the evaluation. There will be discussion on the issues that manipulate risks with projects and I will be recommending strategies to reduce the risks involved with this project. My closing will provide the optimum preparations with the processes involved in supervising the HRP. Project Management Project management activities comprise of the following: planning work, risk assessment, anticipated resources needed to complete the work, work organization, the procurement of material and human resources, task assignments, action directions, supervision of project implementation, progress reports, and examining of the consequences. The hardware replacement project (HRP) involves five major variables in managing a project. They are as follows: quality, costs, time, scope, and risk. (Lauden and Lauden, 2009) Quality With quality it is a determination of the results upon completion of the project, whether the organization is pleased with the outcome of the project or not. If the final results help in the improvements of the decision making and performances, then the information systems project is successful (good quality). When the new system is installed, the quality is also determined by the accuracy, user-friendliness, and the suitability of the data being generated. These are all examples that relate to the (HRP).
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course IT 205 IT 205 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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