EHS Assess is a company, which was started by Brian Murphy it is a professional services consultancy company based in Melbourne with currently 7 employees in the team . The company are market leaders in the field and offering top level product that is reliable in approach and delivery . EHS Assess have been steady growth with an EBIT of around 55% and a revenue of more than $3,000,000 per annum. As a small business that has had steady growth in the past 4 years the company are surpassing it processes and systems in the area of work management which is creating stress and worry to the business. Currently the company is using an excel spreadsheet as Brian demonstrated to us in class as their working system. Although the excel spreadsheet can handle some of the business functions well, the document is becoming too unstable and causing issues within the business. EHS is expecting to expand its operations interstate but with the current work management system, this would be rather difficult to achieve. The purpose of this presentation is to help EHS Assess to identify and replace their information technological work management system in order to make the ordering and processing progress run more smoothly and efficiently. In the following report we will present a new work management system and some key recommendations to EHS Assess .
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Background, Purpose And Scope
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Implications From The External Environment And Industry Analysis
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Recommendations With A Focus On Quality And Justification
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(a) assumptions and reasons that underpin your recommendations,
(b) information and evidence to support your recommendations, and
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Implementation Arrangements And Implications
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