Creating an interesting and entertaining but informative site that enhances the market profile of Maximum Production through the use of images and sound.
Scope of Request for [Project] Version 1.0 Prepared By: Maximum Production Date: 8/31/2003 Template provided by: How Software Gets Done Table of Contents [Project] ??" Scope of Request Statement of Scope 3 Problem/Opportunity Statement 4 Business Objectives 4 Functionality 4 Exclusions 4 Assumptions 4 Constraints 4 Benefits 5 Risks 5 Additional References Approvals [Project] ??" Scope of Request Statement of Scope The project scope is defined below. The statement of scope consists of the following subsections: · Problem/Opportunity Statement ??" Defines the problems and/or opportunities that have created a need for this project. · Objectives ??" Defines a list of goals associated with this project. Completion of the project should fulfill these goals. · Functionality ??" Defines a list of high-level functionality that the project should be able to offer at its completion. · Exclusions ??" Defines a list of functionality, objectives, or actions that will be expressly excluded from the project. · Assumptions ??" Defines a list of assumptions that you are making about the project in order to communicate them and get widespread agreement at the beginning of the project. · Constraints ??" Defines a list of the constraints that may hinder progress in order to communicate them and get widespread agreement at the beginning of the project. · Benefits ??" Defines a list of the tangible and intangible benefits the project offers to the customer. Benefits are quantified whenever possible. · Risks ??" Defines a list of business and general technical risks related to the project. · Additional References ??" Defines what other documentation and/or other relevant reference materials Problem/Opportunity Statement Marketing opportunity Business Objectives This section lists a set of business goals and objectives that the proposed project facilitates. It also describes how the proposed project can accomplish these goals: · To market Maximum Production · Raise awareness Functionality It is important for all parties to agree on the functionality that the proposed project will deliver at completion. The purpose of this section is to define the intended scope to all parties in the earliest stages. This proposal supports the following functionality: · Exclusions Exclusions must be defined at the beginning of a project so that all parties can agree on the functionality, objectives, or actions that will be expressly excluded from the proposed project. This section helps to reduce misunderstandings from occurring later in the process when it is too late to correct them. The exclusions for this project are listed in the bulleted list below. · To be discussed Assumptions These assumptions are listed to ensure that all parties understand what assumptions the team has made in order to create the proposal:… · To be agreed Constraints Constraints are conditions that can potentially have a negative effect on the project. The constraints listed here provide all parties with information about constraints and can work to alleviate the conditions if possible. If these conditions cannot be alleviated, this section will provide warning of their existence. · To be agreed Benefits Each project offers a set of benefits. The following list outlines the benefits this project offers: Risks What are the risks to this project? · Non attainment Additional References The following documents describe the identified needs met by this project. The customer has identified needs and has created the following documents to describe the needs: · Add reference, informational, and other documents. To be provided subject to in principal contract and definable on pursuance Approvals ______________________________________________ Sponsor ??" ______________________________________________ IS Analyst/Business Analyst ??" _______________________________________________ Project Manager ??" Johnny Griggs
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