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Every software project starts with some kind of a reality check. Project managers ask questions like:

  •  What is the purpose of the software and what problem will it solve?
  •  What is the business impact of the project?
  •  How much will the project cost?

Two methods for assessing a software project's viability are requirements analysis and feasibility studies. Increase the odds of project success by recognizing the difference between these methods and knowing which projects are ideal for each.

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Published: February 6, 2007
Last Revised: February 6, 2007

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