You are provided with details of an agency, including their current IT systems, enterprise architecture, and a business case for replacement of IT systems. You must write the functional and non-functional tender requirements for a system replacement, aimed towards consolidating several legacy systems into a single enterprise system. Requirements should capture all salient details of the replacement project.The Case: Bombardier Manufacturing Information System (BMIS) AUBERT, B., BOURDEAU, S., & WALKER, B. (2012). “Successfully Navigating the Turbulent Skies of a Large-Scale ERP Implementation”, International Journal of Case Studies, 10(1).Bombardier Manufacturing Information System is a case presented in the above referenced article and is published in the International Journal of Case Studies. This is a case about Bombardier Inc., a Canadian manufacturer of business jets. This case presents a business transformation project involving the implementation of an ERP system with the aim of creating an integrated company. Please download the case from the UC library. It is also listed in the Reading List in Canvas. The case is used for this assignment as it illustrates the process of adjusting strategic, structural and system components as a real-life situation. This case and the assignment will help you to link the theoretical concepts introduced by Motiwalla and Thompson (2012) to the concepts covered in the TechnologyOne Case Study.Assessment Overview: The requirements of the Assessment Report are as follows:1. Develop a Request for Tender (RFT) for a whole-of-organisation replacement Enterprise Resource Planning system to help Bombardier find a solution to the information system challenges as detailed in Business Problems (Aubert et al., 2012; page 3) and Legacy Information Systems (Aubert et al., 2012; page 4). Students are expected to research about The Bombardier Manufacturing Information System (BMIS) Project as detailed in the case study. The progressive implementation presented in the case study will give you the context.