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1 DRAGON’S DEN PITCH BY JON BURGESS

2 “In order for an end user development application to be successful it’s benefits must out weight its cost and risks ” Sutcliffe (2005) MY GOAL In order for me to gain investment I need to convince you that the benefits of my system outweigh it cost and risk

3 CURRENT SYSTEM

4 THE PRODUCT

5 COST20072006 Administrative cost (planning room locations)-348-352 rents and premises-3,078-2,907 heat, light, water and power-903-888 repairs and general maintenance-1,289-1,259 TOTAL-5,681-5,406 CURRENT COST ANALYSIS All of these figures could be reduced by the implementation of the system as it would allow the university to plan and distribute recourses more effectively. Most of the application exists so it will only require each to be linked to the new system

6 How Often do you check student records online? Comments: “Only check when grades are Due” “Once didn’t register for Module so check often” “Look at end and beginning of semester only” “Only checked at beginning of year”

7 How Often do you check University e-mail? Comments: “make sure to check it everyday” “Should check more often” “Make sure books are not due back” “Try to check often”

8 How Often do you book University rooms? Comments: “I think it would help my work if I used them” “Good to know what is available” “Good to browse rooms and Facilities in my own time”

9 Would you book rooms if it was easier? Comments: “Good to list programs of facilities In each room” “Good to know which rooms are available” “Don’t always have credit to ring For a room” “not good at speaking on the phone” “didn’t know you could book rooms”

10 Would Alerts help you meet deadlines? Comments: “help me remember deadlines” “remind you that you should be Getting on with work” “Great help in organising Timetable of work” “Would help unorganised to become organised” “Keep me on track”

11 Would you find a system like this useful? Comments: “help me keep track of my progress” “don’t need to keep logging onto two systems” “Good to have information together” “One system would make it easier to use” “Make me check record more often”

12 Students welcome the change Allow messages to be received Can plan room allocation more easily Facilities will not go to waste Most of the system already exists Ability to re-sell (other Uni’s/businesses) BENEFITS AVALIABLE

13 ADDITIONAL OPTIONS Wireless Door Booking Each door can have a flat touch screen Wirelessly updated to show room timetable. This would allow the rooms to be booked from the door Mobile Text Alerts Student could have alerts to there mobile Phone to alert them of new news on the System. If successful additional options for future development could be:

14 References University Of Gloucestershire (2007) Financial Statements 2006/2007 Gloucestershire: University of Gloucestershire Sutcliffe, A. (2005) Evaluating the Costs and benefits of End User Development, Workshop on End-User Software Engineering, 30(4), pp. 1-4. Source: The ACM digital Library [online]


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