Download this Feasibility Study template to document a project’s viability, analyze the problem and then determine if it can be solved effectively.
The results determine whether the solution should be implemented or not. This activity takes place during the Project Initiation phase in the software development lifecycle and is created before significant expenses are engaged.
Feasibility Study Template: Purpose
Use this template to:
- Analyze an existing system to see if it is worth upgrading.
- Determine if there is sufficient time to build the new system, when it can be built, whether it interferes with operations, type and amount of resources required, dependencies, etc.
- Establish the cost-effectiveness of the proposed system; determine if the system conflicts with legal requirements.
This Feasibility Study includes a 28 page template in MS Word™ format, which can be easily modified for your next project. This template helps you write the Problem Statement, Business Environment, Business Problem, Requirements Statement, Business Drivers, Feasibility Assessment, Feasibility Ranking, Ranking Criteria, Ranking Scores, Proposed System, Cost Analysis, and Recommendations.
Feasibility Study Template: Blue Theme
Feasibility Study Template: Red Theme
Chapter 2, Introduction
Chapter 3, Problem Statement
Chapter 3.2, Business Problem
Chapter 4, Requirements Statement
Chapter 5, Project Management
Chapter 6, Feasibility Assessment
Risks, Issues and Assumptions
Chapter 7, Feasibility Ranking
Chapter 8, Proposed System
Chapter 9, Cost Analysis
Chapter 10, Recommendations
Feasibility Study Template: Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2.1 Purpose of this Document
2.5 Relationship to Other Plans
3 Problem Statement
3.1 Business Environment
3.1.1 External Analysis
3.1.2 Business Vision
3.1.3 Business Units
3.1.4 Business Locations
3.1.5 Business Information
3.1.6 Business Technologies
3.1.7 Business Processes
3.2 Business Problem
3.2.1 Business Problem
3.2.2 Business Opportunity
4 Requirements Statement
4.1 Business Drivers
4.2 Business Requirements
5 Project Management
6 Feasibility Assessment
6.1 Option [#1]
6.1.7 Benefits Realization
6.2 Option [#2]
6.3 Option [#3]
7 Feasibility Ranking
7.1 Ranking Criteria
7.2 Ranking Scores
8 Proposed System
8.1 Description of Proposed System
8.3.1 Equipment Impacts
8.3.2 Software Impacts
8.3.3 Organizational Impacts
8.3.4 Operational Impacts
8.3.5 Developmental Impacts
8.3.6 Site or Facility Impacts
8.3.7 Security and Privacy Impacts
9 Cost Analysis
10.1 Ranking Results
10.2 Best Option Recommendations
10.3 Best Option Satisfies Known Constraints
10.4 Best Option Satisfies Go/No Go Questions
10.5 Reasons For Rejected Other Options
Feasibility Study Template: Content & Format
The template is in Microsoft Word format and can be downloaded instantly online for only $9.99.
|Feasibility Study Templates||28 pages|
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