Essay on engineering

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Assessment 1 – Role Play Instructions: For this assessment students are allowed to work in small teams to gather information. However the all reports and documents must be prepared independently. For this reason it is expected that each of these documents will be written in their own words. The presentation may be prepared together however all team members should contribute in some way when it is delivered. Duration: Assessment will be handed out on week 1 and should be completed /submitted by week 4. VERSION: 1, October 2013 | Assessment 1 – Role Play ©WINDSOR INSTITUTE OF COMMERCE CRICOS PROVIDER CODE: 01856K RTO NO. 90501 1 Scenario: DKElectronix is a (fictional) medium sized manufacturing company based in…show more content…
An evaluation of three possible solutions that you have researched to possibly resolve the business problem should be provided. To do this you should outline the advantages and disadvantages of each of your solutions and each possible solution needs to be justified against the business requirements. You do not have to do a detailed cost analysis. You should also clarify the recommended solution that is also the most economically feasible. To complete this task you will need to prepare and submit a feasibility report containing at least the following sections: Executive summary This section should state the recommended solution, including the reasons for this choice, and should refer to the details in the alternatives section. Project summary  Project name  Responsible analyst  Responsible user  Scope  Start date and end date  Budget Background Current System  Description  Problems Project objectives Functional requirements, identifying critical requirements and priorities New system constraints and assumptions  Operating constraints  Hardware and software constraints  External constraints VERSION: 1, October 2013 | Assessment 1 – Role Play ©WINDSOR INSTITUTE OF COMMERCE CRICOS PROVIDER CODE: 01856K RTO NO. 90501 3 New system alternatives For each alternative:  Description o The scope of the solution o A
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