For business development with a feasibility study, companies can identify potential obstacles. It recognizes the amount of funding it will be needed to get the business better.
Economic, technical, legal, and scheduling are four factors to determine whether the project can succeed. Whether a project is feasible or not can depend on the project's cost and return on investment, which might include revenue from consumers. Economic is the reason most projects are undertaken (with some exceptions for government and non-profit projects in which cost-benefit analysis is a primary tool).