You should obtain information about the options from as many sources as possible, including vendor presentations and literature, product documentation, trade publications, case studies, existing customers, and companies that perform software testing and evaluation (e.g., c-net.com, pcmag.com, etc.). In evaluating the alternative, consider the following: Information systems feasibility criteria discussed in class. Also, consider factors such as: orporate organization and culture Ease of use Initial and total cost of ownership Scalability Legacy system interface requirements ? Web integration ? Performance requirements ? Processing options (online versus batch processing) ? Security issues ? Architectural considerations ? Etc.