or example, the cost of implementation of the SAP enterprise resource planning system would be too much and can include the financial accounting modules. In this regard this option is not workable. The next option regarding the internal development of the system is also not feasible because Tegan does not have so many capabilities. The option of adding patches to already operational system will not be well suited because of various operational errors. Finally the option of the outsourcing for the development of the A/P project will be the right move for Tegan in the overall development of the project. The main reason is that its cost will be less as compared to SAP, and it will offer better developed qualities as compared to internal development and encounter less errors as compared to fixation of already operational system.
In this regard we have three main types of outsourcing relationships. In the first option we will purchase the pre developed version of the system and transform its operations according to our business requirements. In this type we will outsource for the customization of the system. In the next relationship or business need to hire a company regarding the development of patches for adding up to the already operational system. In this scenario we will hire a firm and ask them for developing new capabilities that will be added to existing system. The third main and pure outsource options require to develop a completely new system for the business A/P system development.
The development of the requirements analysis document of the project is aimed at offering a better overview of main areas of the system development. In the development of the system we are aimed at developing a better and enhanced system. The main reason assessed in pervious Tegan project failure was the ‘missing requirements’. This time for the A/P system development the requirements analysis document is produced that will offer a better overview and deep insight in to