The BusinessCases include notional assessments of the voluntary hours contributed by the Councillors and Officers of the Society, and by members of Committees and Working Groups.
The role of this team is to assist in the development of on-line programme proposals and businesscases and to then work with the CPIT Management Team in determining on-line programme priorities.
Stewart fed the information into spreadsheets and used it, along with the cost of electricity, to prepare a businesscase for an upgrade and to compare the bids from the various equipment suppliers.
If you have information or services that are available to staff, customers or suppliers over the Web, but not via an automated phone service, we can help you determine whether there is a businesscase for voice-driven access.
All security requirements, including the need for fallback arrangements, should be identified at the requirements phase of the project and justified, agreed and documented as part of the overall businesscase for an information system.
While for many people the desire to support their local community is the impetus, for others, having a strong businesscase is also important.
We call this the justifiable businesscase It may sound like a big request, but we all need to get this right’.
Clearly it would be easy to create a solid businesscase to spend an extra in order $5,000 to make that site more browser-agnostic.
From the data a businesscase would be developed to attract funding or investment from regional community groups and central government agencies to allow expansion of the scheme.
As part of the Land Transport Management Package, the government approved development of an Electronic Road User Charges (eRUC) option for diesel vehicles, pending the preparation of a satisfactory businesscase.
It will be necessary therefore for a strategy to be devised making a businesscase for organisations to use a recycling scheme.
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AIS' customers are companies with a strong businesscase and a compelling product offer.
There's an extremely valid businesscase for email sales campaigns and regular newsletters and prompts for repeat business.
The answer will almost certainly be No and you simply have to weigh this up in your businesscase.
The businesscase for securing capital needs to be completed by 31 August 2003.
Each businesscase starts with a brief Executive Summary, setting out what is being delivered, the key benefits and the direct and indirect expenditure.
To remedy the situation, Managers will make developing a businesscase for additional staff a priority.
The President recommended that the BusinessCases be referred to Chairs and Convenors for discussion and report back at the next meeting.
• Professor Birch said the key difficulty facing business is how to demonstrate that commitment through actions that make business sense, that can be argued through a businesscase and that can be evaluated and measured.
NZ small businesscase studies to be posted on this site soon, from a project supported by Christchurch City Council Target Zero Programme.
Project decisions are based around a sound understanding of the businesscase at hand.
Most of our experts agreed you will be far better off presenting your own businesscase directly.
Please note that the Guidelines also contain helpful standard documentation templates for key project documents, including the feasibility study report, project owners’ brief and businesscase.
We can help you present your businesscase and work closely with your accountant to obtain the most tax effective finance proposals to suit your needs.
What's the businesscase for broadband and why should we be bothered about it?
18Any significant change to the criteria, governance and structure of the project, or any material change in functionality shall be referenced to the businesscase and reported to the monitoring agencies.
PSC Australia also has the ability to undertake roles varying from businesscase analysis and development to project installation, commission and training.
A humanist perspective would put the user's needs first, however there can be a businesscase to consider an alternative approach.
ACTION: The ICoP WG to action Motion 02/ ACTION: Cr Riley to work with Executive Director on the remaining BusinessCases to move them forward.
If participation is optional, will volunteers be required to make the businesscase for being allowed to telework, supply their own equipment, or give up their dedicated workspace?
Although reciprocal compensation could be a new revenue source for the ISP/CLEC, we at ISG-Telecom NEVER recommend creating a business plan or businesscase model around reciprocal compensation.
We also contribute at a regional level, building regional economic development strategies, or preparing businesscases for public-private investment opportunities.
Leads the development of IT operating and capital annual budgets, including establishing appropriate businesscase requirements (eg NPV analysis, cost benefit assessments).
Up to this point, the hospital has been concentrating on the concept plans and the supporting businesscase.
In terms of the technology platform chosen to support the new DLR, a businesscase was developed and presented to Ministers in 1997.
Staff need practical, easy-to-use business tools to support new ideas, businesscase preparation, project planning and management of projects.
Too often project teams write a very good outline businesscase and then put it on a shelf to gather dust.
AUT were competing with seven other top business schools from around the world in the Network International Business Schools (NIBS) international businesscase study competition.
You will find out how to prepare businesscases that are credible, accurate and of practical value, while learning to identify the associated costs, risks and returns.