1. Provide three sample questions to determine whether a project has technical feasibility.
· Is the company capable of meeting future needs?
· Shall a prototype be required in a company?
· Is the company capable of having necessary hardware, software and network resources at its disposal?
2. Provide three sample question to determine whether a project has operational feasibility.
· Does any risk in the company public relation (PR) emerge?
· Are there any ethical issues to be addressed?
· Are there any needs for user involvement during the planning of a new system?
3. Provide three sample questions to determine whether a project has economic feasibility.
· Is there any opportunity cost for postponing the project?
· Are there any facilitation cost?
· Are there consulting expense involved in project evaluation process?
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