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Business Goals
This is based on what a company would like to achieve in the long or short term. E.g. Reducing administrative costs may mean introducing a document scanning system, to replace the old system that involves a cleric manually entering data.
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Finance available
Most organisations have a limit that is available and they have to stick to. It's important in determining what investment is required and what can be achieved.
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Legacy Systems
This is an old system or old hardware/software that is still being used because an organisation does not want to replace it. Compatibility of new systems must be considered in this case.
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Geography of Clients
Having customers/clients globally increases the complexity of systems, meaning consideration will need to be accounted for how they receive goods, e.g investing in eCommerce and using tracking systems to track purchases, deliveries etc.
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Legislation
Government rules and regulations lay down how data should be managed. Organisations must be in compliance with these regulations, even if a new system is developed.
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Compliance
This is conforming to a policy with regulations outlined. E.g. HM Revenue and Customs, ensuring they have all the correct details about you, i.e. correct salary, tax deduction details etc
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Most organisations have a limit that is available and they have to stick to. It's important in determining what investment is required and what can be achieved.

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