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Cost-Benefit Analysis Instructor Name Date Introduction The objective of performing this practical is to conduct a cost benefit analysis for a 7-year management plan. Moreover, this analysis is critical as it facilitates the manager to deploy a new GIS system and operations for enhancing the functionality and capability of an organization…

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2009). In the context of business planning, the factors associated with cost and benefits are critical and must be understood. Similarly, cost benefit analysis is also critical in the context of projects associated with GIS engineering and management. Scenarios This report is associated with cost / benefit analysis for two scenarios. The first scenario includes an interest rate of 4%, which indicates it as a best-case scenario, while the other scenario is the worst-case scenario with the interest rate of 10%. ...
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