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Executive Summary

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Report on the Proposed Solution
(Feasibility and Alternatives)

Project Name

Head Hunting.com

Business Name

Recruitment Agency

Your Name

V.Kesani

Date

2/12/2009
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Table of Contents
................................................................................................................................................................I
INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................................1

CLIENT INTRODUCTION:..................................................................................................................1

HEAD HUNTING (H2) IS A RECRUITMENT AGENCY, SPECIALIZED IN SALES


RECRUITING. THE AGENCY IS BASED IN HYDERABAD .......................................................1

PROJECT FURTHER, A MORE DETAILED PROJECT PLAN AND COSTING WOULD BE


PROVIDED..............................................................................................................................................1

ALTERNATIVE 1..........................................................................................................................................3
THE ADVANTAGES OF ONLINE RECRUITMENT....................................................................................................3
THE DISADVANTAGES OF ONLINE RECRUITMENT................................................................................................3
ALTERNATIVE 2..........................................................................................................................................4
COSTS AND BENEFITS........................................................................................................................5

COSTS.......................................................................................................................................................5
BENEFITS...................................................................................................................................................5
IMPACT STATEMENT.........................................................................................................................6

FEASIBILITY OF THE RECOMMENDED SOLUTION................................................................7

TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY..............................................................................................................................7
FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY...............................................................................................................................7
OPERATIONAL FEASIBILITY...........................................................................................................................8
SCHEDULE FEASIBILITY................................................................................................................................8
ENVIRONMENTAL FEASIBILITY.......................................................................................................................9
LEGAL FEASIBILITY.....................................................................................................................................9
HUMAN FEASIBILITY...................................................................................................................................9
CONCLUSION......................................................................................................................................11

SUMMARY................................................................................................................................................11
RECOMMENDATION....................................................................................................................................11
CLIENT ACCEPTANCE.....................................................................................................................12

GLOSSARY...........................................................................................................................................13

BIBLIOGRAPHY..................................................................................................................................14

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Introduction

Client Introduction:

Head Hunting (H2) is a recruitment agency, specialized in sales recruiting. The


agency is based in Hyderabad .
Introduction and Context
The Head Hunting has asked to put forward an introductory proposal for a
Recruitment agency to designed to investigate the university people who has recently
completed and those for job seekers and for recruiter to fill the position available and we are
re-launched website.

As websites have become an increasingly important marketing tool for each and every one,
Head hunting(H2)t has undertaken a growing number of research projects in this area. A
natural part of this process has been the refinement of our research methodologies, so that we
now have a proven and tested approach to website content and usability research.
H2 t has previously conducted website-related work for the job seekers: a review of the site
from an onsite job seekers and recruiters spective and a website terminology workshop have
been delivered this year.This document outlines H2 recommendations for the Recruitment
agency. The recommendations are based on the job seekers document,recruiters and clinet
needs, a discussion held between H2 and the clinet requirements . And the recruiters staff, and
H2 experience in website content and usability research.

This proposal is intended as a discussion document. Should the Recruitment agency wish to
pursue this

project further, a more detailed project plan and costing would be provided
.

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Justification of the Recommended Solution

It is recomended that the following will be the responsibility of IT services and other streams of
the web project.

1. Provision of a stable web delivery platform and content management infrastructure which
will support new application development

2. A technical framework for content development and management which will support the
functionality required by the recruitment processes

3. Provision of tools to enable measurement and performance statistics to inform website


development

4. Provision of a framework and mechanism to ensure quality assurance, accessibility and


data integrity

5. The content management infrastructure and management of SPOT for key data will allow
the management of content and data quality to be devolved as appropriate

6. The development of a prospective student portal which will fulfill the requirements of the
target audience.

Recommendation report:

• Find two or more products, technologies, or programs to compare and


make recommendations on. Identify a real or realistic audience that has specific
requirements.
• Include an introduction that follows the guidelines set forth. Discuss the
situation or problem, criteria for selection, and other such background as necessary.
Describe the options, if necessary.
• Include a discussion section in which you compare the choices using the
point-by-point approach. In each comparative section, state the conclusion for that
section (for example, which product is best in terms of reliability).
• Use a memo or business letter format, depending on the situation you
have defined. (Optionally, you can use the cover letter or memo with a separate,
attached “formal” report.)
• Be sure to define any terms that might be unfamiliar to readers of this
report.
• Include a conclusions section in which you summarize all of the key
conclusions in which you make your recommendation.
• Gather information from published sources as well as unpublished
sources such as interviews with experts.
• Use headings, lists, and graphics as necessary in this report.
• Attach a brief note describing the audience of your recommendation
report. Indicate the skill or knowledge level of your audience, and other details

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Alternatives

Alternative 1

The advantages of online recruitment


• Cost effective
Putting a job vacancy on your own company website costs you nothing while putting one on a
job board usually only costs a couple of hundred pounds or euros. When you consider that a
recruitment consultant fee for a candidate could be anything up to 20% of the first year's salary,
and that advertising in a national newspaper can cost thousands, you can immediately see the
cost savings possible with online recruitment.

• Online recruitment is quick


A job vacancy can be put on a job site in the morning, the first applications arrive by lunchtime,
and a candidate interviewed by the end of the day. Of course, it isn't always like this. It isn't
even often like this. But the fact that such things do happen so quickly gives an indication of just
how quick recruiting online can be.

• Online recruitment gives you a better chance of success


Traditional print advertising — be it national, local or trade press — faces limitations: the success
of a vacancy advertisement depends on people happening upon the ad on a particular page in a
particular issue. Online recruitment is different. A job vacancy advertisement on a job board or
website is there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for as long as you desire. Candidates can come
back to it again and again. From office administrator to Financial Director: they are all online.

• Online recruitment gives you a bigger audience


Many people new to online recruitment think that using job sites is only effective if you are
looking for young net-savvy Facebook-type people. This simply isn't the case. Research
consistently shows that the average age of candidates using job sites is around 35 years old.
And the trend is up. Online recruitment is now a standard part of most people's job hunting no
matter what level or age.

• Online recruitment is easy


It really is. Posting a job on your own site is strightforward enough. Most job sites and CV
databases are very user-friendly and you don't need to have an in-depth knowledge of IT to post
a vacancy advertisement. Usually, all you need is your job description, a bit of time and a credit
card. And, if you have any problems the job board sales team to help you.

The disadvantages of online recruitment


• Too many candidates
While you may wonder how too many candidates applying for your job could ever count as a
disadvantage, it is a fact that dealing with inappropriate, irrelevant and bad candidates is the
bugbear of many a HR manager. Candidate spam can waste a lot of time. However, with a bit of
thought about what job site you use, how you write your job description and using candidate
screening and filtering tools on job boards, it is possible to reduce the number irrelevant
applicants.

• It won't always work

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• That's right. Online recruitment won't always work. Not every job vacancy you post can or
will be filled online. There will always be difficult-to-fill jobs that can only be filled by recruitment
consultants, headhunters or in other ways. However, most companies tend to hire for pretty
standard job roles so this is seldom an issue. And with more and more job seekers choosing the
internet to look for jobs, and more and more job sites and job boards specialising in ever more
diverse areas, those difficult-to-fill jobs are becoming fewer and fewer

Online recruitment offers clear advantages over traditional recruitments methods. At the same
time, however, one must be cognisant of the disadvantages inherent in online recruitment if only
to avoid the pitfalls that they may produce.

.
Alternative 2
Verification of alternatives and assumptions:

This is one of the most crucial steps in project feasibility analysis. When various
alternatives are being provided with regarding choice of technology, capacity, financing
etc. In fact the foundations will be strong when the following alternatives are supplied
along with the details of the project profile:

1. Proposed cost structure.


2. Work schedules.
3. Exchange mechanism.
4. Continent factors.

(1) Proposed cost structure:

The spending for the project deliverables are always in terms of costs, irrespective of the
nature of the product such as research costs, overhead cost etc. Therefore it would be
ideal to label all the necessary expenditure incurred during the project implementation,
which deserves to be treated as cost. The production cost depends on availability of the
information about the required resources, manpower, work program, type of technology,
available resources, and distribution costs, skills of the labour.

(2) Project team:

It is advisable to prepare the report under the supervision of experts since they are
aware time constraints, funds, and resource requirement for the project. To conduct a
feasibility study the ideal team members would comprise.

1. Industry economist.
2. Market analyst.
3. Management expert.
4. Technical head.
5. Project Manager.

(3) Project meant for expansion:

Feasibility studies for a new project might be slightly different from already existing
projects whose interest is to expand their scale of operation and the scope of coverage.
Depending upon the size of the project, it should be clear from the new proposal whether
the existing internal organizational structure and supporting facilities will be sufficient or
need some adjustments.

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Costs and Benefits


Costs
Timeframe and costs

1. Timeframe
Fieldwork would be scheduled to take place in the first quarter of 2010, assuming it is
commissioned in 2009 . Exact timeframes and deadlines would be agreed with the
Clinet H2.

2 Costs

Sessions with internationally based job seekers:


H2 is unable to give accurate costings at this point, and those provided here are by no
means exhaustive. Should the job seekers be interested in pursuing these strands, and a
firm brief be produced, then a more definitive idea of costs will be produced.
Five international research agencies have been contacted (with a short brief) and have
provided very different costs. However, it is possible to give ballpark figures.
For each area the costs are based on 12 paired sessions and 6 one-to-one sessions.
Two agencies have costed for India:

Option 1: The research is outsourced to an agency or agencies, that is/are based


overseas, and they set up the sessions, secure the location and conduct the research:
between Rs5,78,,400 – Rs 9,23,200 + expenses

Option 2: A H2 researcher would conduct some or all of the research, whereas an


internationally based agency would set up the sessions, secure the location and provide
translators if necessary: between Rs3,65,500 - Rs5,78,450 + expenses

Three agencies have costed for all 4 areas:

Option 1 (as above): between Rs 30,000 - £54000 + expenses


According to one agency: ‘the USA is by far the most expensive place to conduct
research like this (more expensive than UK) (est Rs 14,000 to Rs 9,000). India is the
cheapest (est Rs6,000 – Rs 8,000). China and Malaysia are pretty similar (est Rs 12,000 -
Rs 16,000).’

Option 2 (as above): between Rs24,000 – Rs 54,000 + expenses


Please note that these are agency costs only – they exclude any H2 charges.
Telephone interviews with international agents/sponsors: Rs20,800 excluding VAT
Sessions with potential home undergraduate seekers : Rs,650 0excluding VAT
Sessions with potential home postgraduate students: Rs 82,950 excluding VAT
VAT

Benefits

1. Provides interactive 3D picture model of the Recruitment agency, facilitating navigation and perspective
for a range of external users.

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2. Innovative technology produces small file sizes to allow on-line use, thereby enabling groups such as
prospective cverseas and local job seekers and students unable to attend an open and browse the files in
detail and at their convenience.

3. Current staff and recruiters would benefit from an improved version of the agnecy map to
help find their way around the agency.

4. Technology employed is able to use existing textures of the agency to provided by


the certified agency/ approved aggency

5. Video streaming, audio clips can be added at any point. Interiors can be mapped to show
eg Traing for seekrs through online ad including video of typical lecture. Fine detail possible ie to zoom in
on text in a book.

Impact Statement
Analyses a problem, presents possible solutions to the problem, determines criteria for
assessing the solutions, assesses the solutions against the criteria, and then shows the best
solution(s) based on the reported analysis of the solutions Recommendation is critical, but the
analysis is as critical as the conclusion and recommendation.

Recommendation report focuses on a recommendation. Analyzes a problem or situation,


presents possible solutions, analyzes each solution
Evaluation report emphasizes evaluation of personnel, data, financial options, or possible
solutions to problems or situation, presents possible solutions, analyzes each solution
Evaluation report emphasizes evaluation of personnel, data, financial options, or possible
solutions to problems or avenues for exploration

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Feasibility of the Recommended Solution

Technical Feasibility
In technical feasibility the following issues are taken into consideration.

• Whether the required technology is available or not

• Whether the required resources are available -

- Manpower- programmers, testers & debuggers

- Software and hardware

Once the technical feasibility is established, it is important to consider the monetary factors also. Since
it might happen that developing a particular system may be technically possible but it may require
huge investments and benefits may be less. For evaluating this, economic feasibility of the proposed
system is carried out.

This includes the suitability of the site for the intended use including an environmental
impact analysis. The report shall be based upon verifiable data and contain sufficient
information and analysis so that a determination may be made on the technical feasibility
of achieving the levels of income or production that are projected in the financial
statements.

The repost shall identify any constraints or limitations in this financial projections and
any other facility or design related factors which might affect the success of the
enterprise. The report shall also identify and estimate project operating and development
costs and specify the level of accuracy of these estimates and the assumptions on which
these estimates have been based. For the purpose of the technical feasibility reports, the
project engineer or architect may be considered an independent party provided neither
the principals of the firm nor any individual of the firm who participate in the technical
feasibility report has a financial interest in the project, and provided further that no other
individual or firm with the expertise necessary to make such a determination is
reasonably available to perform the function

Financial Feasibility
For any system if the expected benefits equal or exceed the expected costs, the system can be
judged to be economically feasible. In economic feasibility, cost benefit analysis is done in
which expected costs and benefits are evaluated. Economic analysis is used for evaluating the
effectiveness of the proposed system.
In economic feasibility, the most important is cost-benefit analysis. As the name suggests, it is
an analysis of the costs to be incurred in the system and benefits derivable out of the system.
Click on the link below which will get you to the page that explains what cost benefit analysis
is and how you can perform a cost benefit analysis.
Cost Benefit Analysis
Based upon the market analysis, project concept plan and cost estimate, pricing
recommendations and attendance projections will be made and a three or five year
operating pro forma will be prepared detailing probable revenue, expenses, profits, cash

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flow and pre-tax return on investment. The projection will detail expenditures by revenue
category. These projections will be run based upon the estimates of the project's cost
and proposed financing structure (owner equity and loans). A sensitivity and breakeven
analysis is also included.

Our proprietary financial model clearly details all the underlying assumptions that drive
the pro forma. This allows you to evaluate the reasonableness of the conclusions. We
believe this is very important to you as our client, as you are the person who has to
make the business decision of whether or not to proceed.

An opinion on the reliability of the financial projections and the ability of the business to
achieve the projected income and cash flow. An assessment of the cost accounting
system, the availability of short-term credit for seasonal business, and the adequacy of
raw materials and supplies.

Operational Feasibility
Operational feasibility is mainly concerned with issues like whether the system will be used if it is
developed and implemented. Whether there will be resistance from users that will effect the possible
application benefits? The essential questions that help in testing the operational feasibility of a system
are following.

• Does management support the project?

• Are the users not happy with current business practices? Will it reduce the time (operation)
considerably? If yes, then they will welcome the change and the new system.

• Have the users been involved in the planning and development of the project? Early
involvement reduces the probability of resistance towards the new system.

• Will the proposed system really benefit the organization? Does the overall response increase?
Will accessibility of information be lost? Will the system effect the customers in considerable
way

Is a measure of how well a proposed system solves the problems, and takes advantages of the
opportunities identified during scope definition and problem analysis phases and how well it
satisfies the requirements identified in the requirements analysis phase of system development
1. In proposed system we are going to implement all their requirements , so they
can work.
2. We are providing familiar and friendly user interfaces to the users.
3. With the implementation of the proposed system their working environment is
not going to change lot more.

Schedule Feasibility
Lack of understanding of user needs prevents website from achieving goal of being
‘user focused’
- Inadequate testing/web statistics and inaccurate analysis of web statistics prevent
understanding of user needs
- Lack of resource leads to inadequate levels of testing
- Consultancy fails or is inadequate and provides false data.

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A project will fail if it takes too long to be completed before it is useful. Typically this means
estimating how long the system will take to develop, and if it can be completed in a given
time period using some methods like payback period. Schedule feasibility is a measure of
how reasonable the project timetable is. Given our technical expertise, are the project
deadlines reasonable? Some projects are initiated with specific deadlines. You need to
determine whether the deadlines are mandatory or desirable

Environmental Feasibility
Environmental Feasibility is the most frequently used method for evaluating the effectiveness
of a new system, the procedure is to determine the benefits and savings that are expected from
a candidate system and compare them with costs. If benefits outweigh costs, then the decision
is made to design and implement the system. An entrepreneur must accurately weigh the cost
versus benefits before taking an action.
Time Based: Contrast to the manual system management can generate any report just by
single click.
Cost Based: No special investment is needed to manage the tool. No specific training is
required for employees to use the tool. Investment requires only once at the time of
installation. The software used in this project is freeware so the cost of developing the tool is
minimal
.

Legal Feasibility
A measure of how well a solution can be implemented with in existing legal and contractual
obligations. Determines whether the proposed system conflicts with legal requirements, e.g. a
data processing system must comply with the local Data Protection Acts

Human Feasibility
In this stage, the project's alternatives are evaluated for their impact on the local and general
culture. For example, environmental factors need to be considered and these factors are to be
well known. Further an enterprise's own culture can clash with the results of the project
Deals with the way end users feel about proposed system. A cultural feasibility asks a system
will work in a given organizational climate

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Revision Checklist for Feasibility and Recommendation Reports


As you reread and revise your feasibility or recommendation report, watch out for
problems such as the following:

• Write a good introduction in which you indicate the situation and the audience and
provide an overview of the contents.

• State requirements—those factors that influence the decision or the choice of


options. (And remember to state how important requirements are in relation to
each other.)

• Indicate how the field of options was narrowed to the ones being compared.

• Organize the comparison of the options using the point-by-point approach. Don't
use the whole-to-whole approach.

• At the end of each comparative section, state the best choice in terms that point
of comparison.

• Include a summary table, if possible, in which you summarize all the key data in
table form. (For example, see the summary table in the laptop computer
recommendation.)

• Provide technical background, if necessary for understanding the comparative


discussion.

• Discuss the background on the problem or opportunity—what brought about the


need for the report.

• Include strong sections of definition, description, or both, as necessary, using the


guidelines on content, organization, and format in the chapters on definition and
description.

• Include a conclusions section where you restate all the key conclusions from the
comparison section.

• State secondary conclusions in the conclusions section—and based them on


requirements that you state in the requirements section of the report.

• State a final conclusion in the conclusions section—one that states which is the
best choice.

• Include a recommendation section where you make the recommendation. Briefly


mention the key factors influencing the recommendation
.

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Conclusion

Summary

To commission or develop a comprehensive programme of user testing and user behaviour


analysis to inform the development of the Recruitment web pages.

1 Commission and manage comprehensive schedule of user testing via external consultancy. See
H2proposal There is insufficient specialist resource within the university to initiate the required level of
testing. However, it is important that the programme is on-going and the possibility of training agency staff
in required techniques in order to continue the programme should be explored.

.2 Develop requirements specification in liaision with governance and technical sub projects
for collection and analysis of web statistics including purchase of additional software if
needed..

3 To gain an informed insight into the information needs of the users in our target audiences,
satisfaction obtained on each visit and desired functionality through comprehensive and
on-going user testing, analysis of web statistics and comparison with best practice

Recommendation
It is assumed that the following will be the responsibility of IT services and other streams of
the web project.

1. Provision of a stable web delivery platform and content management infrastructure which
will support new application development

2. A technical framework for content development and management which will support the
functionality required by the recruitment processes

3. Provision of tools to enable measurement and performance statistics to inform website


development

4. Provision of a framework and mechanism to ensure quality assurance, accessibility and


data integrity

5. The content management infrastructure and management of SPOT for key data will allow
the management of content and data quality to be devolved as appropriate

6. The development of a prospective student portal which will fulfil the requirements of the
target audience.

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Client Acceptance

Project Name: Head Hunting.com

Project Manager: V.Kesani


I have reviewed the information contained in this Project Feasibility report Plan and agree:

Name Title Signature Date

The signatures above indicate an understanding of the purpose and content of this document by those
signing it. By signing this document, they agree to this as the formal Project Management Plan of
Feasibility Report document.
.

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Glossary
A Glossary is an explanation of technical terms and abbreviations used in the report listed in
alphabetical order.

Example:
BIT: A bit is the smallest unit of information that a computer can work with. Each
bit is either a one or a zero. Often computers work with chunks of bits rather
than one bit at a time; the smallest chunk of bits a computer usually works
with is a byte which is 8 bits

BYTE: Eight bits. A byte is simply a chunk of 8 ones and zeros. For example: 01000001 is a
byte. A computer often works with chunks of bits rather than individual bits
and the smallest chunk of bits that a computer usually works with is a byte.

CMS: Colour Management

HTML: Hypertext Markup Language

HTTP: Hypertext Transfer Protocol

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Bibliography
A Bibliography is all references that were read or consulted in the preparation of the report.

Books (in order of Authors surname).


Author’s surname and initial(s) or given name(s), year of publication, title of book, edition
number (if not the first), publisher, place of publication, and page number(s).

E.g. Linklater, William & Tapp, Lynda, 1968, Gather No Moss,


Second Edition, Macmillian, Melbourne, pages 56-68.

Journals or Magazines (in alphabetical order).


Title of journal (underlined or italicized), month or day, volume number, issue number and
page number(s), Author’s surname and initial(s) or given name(s), year of publication, title of
article.

E.g. PC Learner, June, Vol 1, Issue 2, page 6, Smith, J,1998, Easy Word Processing

Specialised Sources

Newspaper Articles
Writer’s surname and initial(s), year, title of the article, name of the newspaper, date and page
number.

E.g. Sydney Morning Herald, 15/6/1999, Page 10, Brown, E, 1999, The Art of Making Coffee

Personal Interviews
Authors surname and initial, occupation, personal interview, date.

E.g. Frith, C, Director, High St Bakery, Personal Interview, 24/2/99

Documents on the World Wide Web


Author’s surname and initial (if known), year, article name (in quotation marks), Online web
address and date.

E.g. Verdunnit O, 1998, “Internet Excess”, www.ov.com.au, 3/3/99

Videos
Video title (video recording), year, production company, place of production, producer.

E.g. “Computers in the 21st Century” (Video), 1998, Multi Media Productions, Sydney, John
Low.

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