Seminar paper from the year 2001 in the subject Computer Science - Programming, grade: 93%, UNITEC New Zealand (Departement of In...
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Seminar paper from the year 2001 in the subject Computer Science - Programming, grade: 93%, UNITEC New Zealand (Departement of Information Systems and Computing), course: Managing Information Technology Projects, language: English, abstract: Software Corp. has been hired by the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany to develop an online knowledge-sharing platform for its students. The contract has been signed on the 27th of August 2001 and the project must be completed by the 22nd of October 2001. This is due to the university's promise to provide the system before the semester's first exams take place. This proposal examines the details of the project in order to make it run smoothly. It addresses the issues of the project's scope, activities that have to be conducted throughout the project, financial feasibility, scheduling, and the project's viability. To sum things up, we consider the project as feasible and relatively easy to realize. The timeframe is sufficient and the project will provide a return on investment of about 39%, which is outstanding. The project's risks can be considered as relatively low. Providing the expected functionality will be a challenge, but is definitely achievable because we have exactly the right people and enough time to complete this task.
Proposal and Charter for a Knowledge-Sharing Platform