Orcon

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Selecting the solution for EIS. | Ablai Gazizov - 1124953
Ahmed Mahdy - 0962354
Rutchirate Srihanan- 0300636
Sivanjani Narain - 0940680
Raishum Aleem - 0702011

Ablai Gazizov - 1124953
Ahmed Mahdy - 0962354
Rutchirate Srihanan- 0300636
Sivanjani Narain - 0940680
Raishum Aleem - 0702011

| 19 September 2012 |
Enterprise Information Systems
Semester 2, 2012
Enterprise Information Systems
Semester 2, 2012

SECTION A: PROJECT REPORT FORMAT 2
Project Description 3
SECTION B: CORPORATE INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS 3
Corporate Background 3
Strategic Direction & Objectives 4
Summary of Requirements for ERP system 5
SECTION C: KT ANALYSIS FOR CANDIDATES SOLUTIONS 8
Must Assessment 8
Want Assessment 10
Alternative Opportunities 11
Risk and
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We will make use of the Kepner-Tregoe (KT) Decision-making model for the decision making and analysis process. This tool consists of four simple steps; Firstly is situation appraisal, followed by a requirements analysis, which leads to a decision analysis – musts, wants, opportunities and risks and results in a conclusion which will present the client with a justification of the recommended solution.
Aside from the individual analysis within the report, the team has agreed upon completion of all other analysis’ and research to be undertaken as a group. This will provide each individual with the best learning experience and in turn create a report with cohesion.
SECTION B: CORPORATE INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS
Corporate Background
The heart of Orcon’s business is the internet; they provide a range of services, from broadband services to homes and businesses across the country, to a selection of domain and hosting services. Orcon believe they are leading the way with innovation, a “Can Do” attitude, and excellent customer service.
Orcon are so committed to the cause; they were New Zealand’s first ISP Company to unbundle the local loop, which is a regulatory process of allowing multiple telecommunications operators to use connections from the telephone exchange to the custome r’s premises. They were also the first