Initializing the Implementation
When two different mindsets align to accomplish a project, it requires clarity on certain aspects such as SOW, manpower details, timelines, etc. The first step involves organizing a project followed by kickoff, business process modeling, and use case identification, etc.
Onsite Analysis and Project Planning
A deep analysis is done to ensure the proof of concept followed by documentation of use cases and designing of the initial solution. Besides, planning of data conversion, customization, integration and reports takes place in this phase.
Solution Architecture and Mapping
Solution design is finalized before building mini pilots. As planned in the analysis phase, data conversion, development, testing, and deployment of reports, customizations, and integrations take place in this phase.
Pilot system setup, conference room piloting and full data conversion validation are done in this phase before planning the end-user training and final deployment of the software.
Closure & Go-Live
This step includes end-user training, system deployment and final data conversion followed by go-live in the presence of Senior Management.
Application Management Support
Once the system has passed the deployment stage, continuous improvements are made, and additional modules are implemented as required. The application management steps are required to ensure smooth functioning of the system.
Although implementation is a well-defined practice, the steps may vary slightly depending on the software being implemented. Once done correctly, may lead to a significant rise in the business outcomes.Request for free Demo