What the need of feasibility study in Software Development?

Subject Software Engineering
NU Year Set: 1.(d) Marks: 3 Year: 2017

Feasibility is defined as the practical extent to which a project can be performed successfully. To evaluate feasibility, a feasibility study is performed, which determines whether the solution considered to accomplish the requirements is practical and workable in the software. Information such as resource availability, cost estimation for software development, benefits of the software to the organization after it is developed and cost to be incurred on its maintenance are considered during the feasibility study. The objective of the feasibility study is to establish the reasons for developing the software that is acceptable to users, adaptable to change and conformable to established standards. Various other objectives of feasibility study are listed below.

  • To analyze whether the software will meet organizational requirements
  • To determine whether the software can be implemented using the current technology and within the specified budget and schedule
  • To determine whether the software can be integrated with other existing software. 


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