- Operational: Internally, current students would probably be the most interested in the successful completion of this project, since the system is intended primarily for their benefit. This group also consists of Computing Services Division personnel, who would become the administrators of the system. Also, academic advisors and other HPU employees in other divisions could use the system in some capacity. It could make their jobs easier, but it could also make their jobs less important.
- Executive: Internally, the HPU President, Vice President, CIO, and possibly some other executives would be interested in this project. They may feel that such a system would improve business operations at HPU. Alternatively, they could feel that such a system would somehow harm business operations at HPU. It could be - in their view - that a degree planning system would only serve to pacify and coddle students, who really should just take more initiative in directing their own educations.
- Operational: Externally, prospective students (whether they be high school, transfer, or exchange students) would probably have the most interest in the project; it would instill a confidence in them, that they could attend HPU and be well cared for. In addition, HPU recruiters and high school guidance counselors could also be interested in the project; they could use the system as a selling point to attract more students.
- Executive: Externally, individuals and groups involved in law, finance, and business in general, or with ties to the HPU Board of Trustees could be regarded as having stake in a project like this. In the past few years, there has been much talk about long-term, strategic planning at HPU. Those involved in such planning may be interested in a project like this; they could view the project as having a significant impact on the overall value of the HPU experience.