completing the project and takes advantage of the opportunities identified

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completing the project and takes advantage of the opportunities identified during scope definition. (4) Schedule feasibility: Scheduling is the most important thing in the success of a project. A project will fail if the scheduling is bad. The feasibility test in terms of scheduling can measure how much time the system needs to solve a problem, and with technical assistance we can estimate how much time it can take to complete the project using various estimation methods. A study of how long a project or business can be solved based on estimates. Typically, this report contains estimates of business development time, whether it can be completed within a specified time, and anything that may interfere with the implementation of this project or business. The results of the report can be concluded to determine whether the deadline of the project or business is very reasonable. As well as ensure proper flow of business and products. The possible table shows the estimated time to complete the project. This includes the schedule of each process in the project and the project's total time. This can change if unexpected challenges occur. Tables are often shown in one of two different charts. Such as, Gantt and PERT charts. This chart can be used together to show different information. Even the best project can fail if it does not meet its deadlines. Schedule feasibility can determine if your timetable allows you enough time to complete the project. (5) Technical feasibility: The study is based on the design of the system requirement for a business or project to be undertaken. This study is conducted to determine whether the party conducting the business or project is a party with technical expertise to complete the project. Technical feasibility is based on an outline design of system requirements to determine the expertise to handle the completion of the project and focus on gaining an understanding of the present organization and their applicability to the expected needs of the proposed system and available resource for organizations. It helps the organization determine whether the technical resources of the team meet the ability to transform ideas into the work system. This involves evaluating the proposed hardware system, software, and other technological requirements. (6) Analysis feasibility: Analysis feasibility is the process of determining whether a business idea can be run. The most effective businesses emerge from a process that includes (1) recognizing business ideas (2) trying to qualify the idea (3) writing business planning, and (4) launching a business. Completing an analysis feasibility requires primary and secondary research. Primary research is a research collected by people or people who complete the analysis. It usually includes talking to industry experts, gaining responses from expected customers, Page 5 of 19
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focus groups, and surveys. Secondary research investigates collected data. The data generally includes industrial research and other pertinent information collected through libraries and research on the internet. It should be pointed out that when an analysis
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