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Business value lms is expected to be subscribed by

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Business Value: LMS is expected to be subscribed by several hundreds of organization at the first year around. Also, we will make the requirements of each members registered to LMS from the organizations pay certain amount.
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Library Management System 5 | P a g e Estimations of business value to the company include the following: • $336,000 sales from subscriptions • $193, 9200 sales from member registration sales Return on Investment is estimated to be 48.38% Break Even Point is 1.625 years Special Issues or Constraints: LMS completion deadline is by Dec 30 ,2017 2.2 Feasibility Study Feasibility analysis was carried out for Library Management System. 2.2.1 Technical Feasibility Our LMS is considered technical feasible. Our IT department has enough experience to carry out the project with the association of cloud storage and web development technology. We have enough consultants to help us throughout the completion project. All the resources and technology required for the project is readily available. The Project size is considered minimal risk. The project will likely have team of around 10 or lesser people. The project time frame is a bit narrow, but our team have experience of working in tight schedules.
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Library Management System 6 | P a g e 2.2.2 Economic Feasibility A sales projection and cost benefit analysis was performed and they are provided in the APPENDIX 1A & 1B with estimation, evaluation and calculation. Following result was obtained after cost benefit analysis: ROI over 3 Years: 48.38% BEP: 1.625 years NPV over 3 years: $50, 8640 LMS has good chance of improving the finance of the company. The project is a go through the economic feasibility perspective. 2.2.3 Organizational Feasibility From an organizational perspective, the project is considered to be Low Risk. CEO as well as Board Members from the company have high interest and they are providing the high motivation for t he completion project. Marketing team is interest to promote the project. There’ s a high demand among the users.
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Library Management System 7 | P a g e 2.3 Work Plan
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Library Management System 8 | P a g e 3 Overall Description 3.1 Product Functions There will be two different users who can use this product in different way: a) Librarian Librarian will have access to any information and main control. Librarian can add, modify or delete resource Librarian can register new members Librarian can check in check out resources. Librarian have control to payment system. b) Registered Members Member can search the availability of needed resources Members can renew their resource Members can view their membership information, rental history information, payment information, due dates…etc. from online
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Library Management System 9 | P a g e 3.2 User Characteristics There are 2 users in our LMS product: a) Librarian: They have administrator control over their portion of library system. They can access any of their member’s information. They can manage the resource and perform operation on resource such as adding, removing or modifying the resource information that are in library database server. They checks in/checks out resource for members. Librarian are
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  • Spring '18
  • NASSOR ABDALLAH
  • Requirements analysis

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