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Problem definition You work for a large, successful organization, but lately many of the IT projects have experienced disappointing results. You have been put on the steering committee to improve the selection process. The organization has decided that any new projects selected for implementation must first meet strict financial measures. It has set minimum values for ROI, NPV, IRR, and payback period as follows: Project 1 costs, Year 1 through Year 4: $100,000; $10,000; $10,000; $10,000 Project 1 revenue: $0; $5,000; $50,000; $110,000 Project 2 costs, Year 1 through Year 4: $50,000; $20,000; $5,000; $5,000 Project 2 revenue: $0; $6,000; $70,000; $100,000 Project 3 costs, Year 1 through Year 4: $120,000; $15,000; $5,000; $5,000 Project 3 revenue: $2,000; $50,000; $100,000; $150,000 Project 4 costs, Year 1 through Year 4: $50,000; $50,000; $10,000; $10,000 Project 4 revenue: $5,000; $70,000; $70,000; $50,000 NEITHER costs (outflows) NOR revenues (inflows) are applicable for Year # 0 for each designated project. Assignments: Based solely on the financial numbers presented below, answer questions 3A through 3E to determine which of the following projects should be implemented by the organization: 3A. Calculate NPV for each project, using a 10 percent discount rate. 3B. Calculate IRR for each project. 3C. Calculate ROI for each project, using a 10 percent discount rate. 3D. Calculate payback period for each project. 3E. If the steering committee can choose only one project to work on, which should it be? IF NEEDED, please search the Internet for additional information (calculations) on NPV, IRR, ROI or even free online calculators. What to do? 1. Create Excel electronic spreadsheets that calculate ROI, NPV, IRR, and payback period for each project. 2. Complete 2a OR 2b OR both. 2a) Calculate ROI, NPV, IRR, and payback period MANUALLY (by writing corresponding formulas by yourself in the Excel application for NPV, IRR, ROI and Payback_Period) for each project. 2b) Calculate ROI, NPV, IRR, and payback period AUTOMATICALLY (using built-in Excel functions for NPV, IRR, ROI and Payback_Period) for each project. 3. Put obtained total numbers in the tables below. 4. Calculate numeric values of Total Weighted SCORE for each project based on your own scores. 5. Make a final judgment: Which one of four (4) designated projects you will recommend to complete first? Justify (explain) your final judgment (about 1/3 or page long).

Answers: Provide instructor with your answers in the following form: HW04, Ex. 03 Student Name: ______________________

DOC file is given below. XLS file is attached (with all Excel el. Spreadsheets) 3A. Calculate NPV for each project, using a 10 percent discount rate. Outcomes of 2a) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 Outcomes of 2b) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 NPV numeric value, in $ NPV numeric value, in $

3B. Calculate IRR for each project. Outcomes of 2a) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 Outcomes of 2b) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 IRR numeric value, in % IRR numeric value, in %

3C. Calculate ROI for each project, using a 10 percent discount rate. Outcomes of 2a) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 ROI numeric value, in %

Outcomes of 2b) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 ROI numeric value, in %

3D. Calculate payback period for each project. Outcomes of 2a) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 Outcomes of 2b) calculations: Project Number Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 Payback Period (PP) in Year number (1, 2, 3 or 4) Payback Period (PP) in Year number (1, 2, 3 or 4)

3E. Calculate numeric values of Total Weighted SCOREs for each project (select values of NPV, ROI, IRR, PP calculated either manually or automatically by yourself):

Rating

Project 1

Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project

Project 2

Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Calculate the numeric value of the TOTAL Weighted SCORE for this project

Project 3

Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Calculate the numeric value of the TOTAL Weighted SCORE for this project

Project 4

Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Your numeric SCORE for this project Calculate the numeric value of the TOTAL Weighted SCORE for this project

15%

ROI

40 %

Payback Period

10%

IRR

35%

100%

Calculate the numeric value of the TOTAL Weighted SCORE for this project

3F. If the steering committee can choose only one project to work on, which should it be? Based on Total Weighted SCOREs values, I would recommend to select project # ______ first. This is because . (provide your detailed justification here about 1/3 or page long) . .. .

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