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Profile & Management System of Bextex Ltd.

Profile & Management System of Bextex Ltd.

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Introduction:

A project is an investment activity where we expend capital resources to create a producing asset from which we can expect to realize benefits over an extended period of time. Or a project is an activity on which we will spend money in expectation of returns and which logically seems to lend itself to planning, financing and implementation as a unit. A project should have the following characteristics.

1. It should have a specific starting point and specific ending

point.
2. Its major costs and returns are measurable
3. It should have a specific geographic location
4. It should have a specific clientele group

5. It should have a well-defined time sequence of investment and
production activities.
Project Evaluation:

The methods/criteria more often used for evaluating a project are
(1) Simple rate of return (SRR)
(2) Payback Period (PBP)
(3) Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR)
(4) Net present Value (NVP) or Net Present Worth (NPW) and
(5) Internal Rate of Return (IRR).

The SRR and the PBP are the undiscounted measures while BCR, NPV and IRR are the discounted measures of project worth of Investment.

Types of project evaluation factors:
i.
Production
Factors
1. Time until ready to install.
2. Length of disruption during installation.
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3. Learning curve- time until operating as

desired.
4. Effects on waste & rejects.
5. Energy requirements.
6. Facility & other equipment

requirement.
7. Safety of process.
8. Other applications of technology.
9. Change in cost to produce until output.
10. Change in raw materials usage.
11. Availability of raw materials.
12. Required development time & cost.
13. Impact on current suppliers.
14. Change in quality of quality.

ii.
Marketing
Factors

1. Size of potential market for output.
2. Probable market share of output.
3. Time until market share is acquired.
4. Impact on current product line.
5. Consumer acceptance.
6. Impact on consumer safety.
7. Estimated life of output.
8. Spin-off project possibilities.

iii.
Financial
Factors
1. Profitability, net present value of the
investment.
2. Impact on cash flows.
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3. Payout period.
4. Cash requirements.
5. Time until break- even.
6. Size of investment required.

7. Impact on seasonal & cyclical
fluctuations.
iv.
Personnel
Factors

1. Training requirements.
2. Labor skill requirements.
3. Availability of required labor skills.

4. Level of resistance from current work
force.
5. Change in size of labor force.
6. Inter-and intra-group communication
requirements.
7. Impact on working condition.

v. Administrative & Miscellaneous Factors

1. Meet govt. safety standards.
2. Meet govt. environment standards.
3. Impact on information system.

4. Reaction of stockholders & securities
markets.
5. Patent & trade secret protection.
6. Impact on image with customers,
suppliers & competitors.
7. Degree to which we understand new
technology.
8. Managerial capacity to direct & control
new process.
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