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Project Overview:

The organization which is selected in this case works on effective qualitative reportage and web analytics. Quality of the project is one of the important aspects which must be considered by the organization while collecting the data to perform the firm operations in an effective manner.


This particular organization plays an important role in gathering and analysing the data. This organization is in operational mode from last two years. There are 20 employees in the organization out of which 4 have been shifted to the IT department. The organization aims to collect email and native information via electronic sources, like individual computers, storage devices such as mobile phones, organizational networks, backup tapes, and other personal devices. The organization is able to manage all their data as it is equipped with different types of devices.

Project scope:

There are different tips which should be considered by the organization to control the scope of the project. Some of them include:

  • It is important for all the team member such as business leaders, development team members, technicians etc to understand the scope of the project. It will help the project stakeholders to reinforce all the activities which are performed throughout the project life cycle.
  • All the team members should understand different ways to identify the changes in the project scope. It will help the team members to answer the business users appropriately and correctly. They will provide good solutions to resolve the issues and give the best possible results to the project manager.
  • Communication is another factor which helps the team members in creating IT infrastructure in an effective manner. It is important to manage the communication and expectations to achieve the scope of the project. Therefore, communication is one of the important parts which should be considered while making the project plan (Dukić and Meler, 2008).

IT Infrastructure management:

IT infrastructure is basically an effective approach to drive the organizational transformation and achieve the business objectives. To enhance the business performance, business leaders are using efficient methodologies and are adopting responsive systems to reduce the gap between business and their operations. With the help of IT infrastructure management, capital expenditure of the organization can easily be reduced. Therefore, by developing the capabilities, the organizations are able to manage IT infrastructure and increase their business opportunities in an effective manner (Tan and Uijttenbroek, 1997).

Data warehousing:

Data warehousing includes the process which helps an individual to store the data in such a way that it becomes easy for an individual to analyse and report easily and appropriately. It is important for the organization to connect each database with each other for analysing the wide range of data. It is also essential to include analytics software for collecting the relevant data which helps in creating effective IT information system (Gardner, 1998).

Challenges faced while creating efficient IT infrastructure:

IT infrastructure is basically a complex system which includes many processes. It is used to manage business operations in an effective manner. There are many issues and challenges that are faced while creating effective IT information system. Some of them include:

  • Organizations have to spend more cost while implementing IT infrastructure
  • Dissatisfaction of customers
  • Unable to select appropriate Operational models
  • Unable to recommend and leverage right-fit partners
  • Face difficulty in maintaining business efficiency and reliability
  • Security challenges due to lack of awareness for security policy
  • Weaknesses while installing the software and remitting private information (Oyedele, 2012)

IT Infrastructure solutions:

There are basically three different key features by following which organizations can create efficient IT infrastructure. It includes:

  • Optimization of business processes and services
  • By maintaining the operational continuity especially in emergency situations
  • By maintaining the sustainable cost of business operations and regulating the upgrades
  • Regulate and compliance the requirements globally
  • Achieving the customers’ expectations
  • Use emerging technologies while creating effective It infrastructure

Constraints and assumptions:

It is important for the organization to define the constraints in a well-organized manner to develop the project appropriately such as login credentials is an important constraint which will be considered while creating effective IT infrastructure.

There are some of the assumptions which are made while defining the project scope and objectives, and while selecting the best possible approach to complete the project. Some of the assumptions are also made while gathering the data via quantitative and qualitative measures.

Term definitions:

  • Project goals: Project goals are basically the project objectives which should be considered while making the project.
  • Project scope: Project scope includes different activities which should be defined to achieve the business goals.
  • Work breakdown structure: It is basically the approach by using which complex projects are divided into different activities to complete the project within an appropriate time and cost.
  • Risk assessment: It defines the probability of the project occurrence as well as the negative impact of cost on the project outcomes.


Dukić, B. and Meler, M. (2008). CREATING INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE IN TOURISM INDUSTRY CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT. [online] Available at: [Accessed 10 Jan. 2019].

Gardner, S. (1998). Building the data warehouse. Communications of the ACM, 41(9), pp.52-60.

Oyedele, O. (2012). The challenges of infrastructure Development in Democratic Governance. [online] Available at: [Accessed 10 Jan. 2019].

Tan, D. and Uijttenbroek, A. (1997). INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT. Information Systems Management, 14(4), pp.33-41.