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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…show more content…
It will aim to report the situation appraisal and analysis, issues, musts, wants and potential risks and threats the justification of the solution we choose to implement. 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
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