Intended benefits and Limits of the scope of the solution
The implementation of the new system needs to be modified from the current way of working. If there are no changes, then what is the point of changing the system?
The time and energy spent creating a new system should lead to an improvement in what is in the current system. It is these expected improvements that need to be noted in this section.
If any perceived benefits already apply to the old system, then they should be excluded.
The scoring descriptors indicate that the benefits of the new system have been detailed, so each benefit of the new system should justify how it will improve the current system.
The new system allows the user to search a large number of records for the presence of a particular value far faster than the old system because the user does not have to search through all the individual paper records.
The report should contain specific improvements that will result from the adoption of the new system over the current system.
Limits of the scope of the solution
The effectiveness of any solution will be limited by a number of factors and problems.
For example, the hardware available to create a solution may limit the number of options available. If there is no A3 printer available, then it is not possible to create an A3 version of a large spreadsheet for use in employee display.
Free software for developing a new system may have limited capabilities, so some functions that would be useful for a new system will not be implemented.
Perhaps your future application will be located on a remote server and the lack of an Internet connection may also become a limitation of the system, which will not be able to work offline.
To get the maximum score for a section, you need not only to list the limitations of the functionality of the new system, but also to justify why these functions cannot be implemented under these conditions.
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