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Choose a Best-Fit Enterprise Application Delivery Model

The right delivery model will make implementation easier.

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Implementing enterprise software is a complex task that is rarely a skillset of staff:

  • Projects go over budget and over schedule.
  • There is conflict with the vendor.
  • Users are resistant to change.
  • Negative impact to morale.

Using Info-Tech’s approach will guide you in the selection of practices right for organization:

  • Identification of metrics that will drive success.
  • Realization of benefits.
  • On-time delivery.
  • On-budget delivery.
  • User satisfaction with new software.

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Module 1: Govern and Manage Revisited

The Purpose

  • Set the stage by establishing a common language.
  • Understand what your organization implementation strategies and gaps.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Organizational terms and definitions
  • Organizational and Vendor implementation capabilities
  • Capability gaps and remediation steps

Activities: Outputs:
1.1 Set your starting point.
1.2 Prepare for the change.

Module 2: Tools, Tools, Tools

The Purpose

  • Achieve a better understanding of success and failure through scenario planning.
  • Identify the practices and tools that fit with your organization.
  • Understand why you should reduce customization.
  • Ensure the quality and importance of your data.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Success and failure scenarios to help understand the risks and how they can be mitigated
  • A “toolbox” filled with practices that fit with your organizational capabilities
  • Principles to follow to avoid expensive customizations with low return on investment

Activities: Outputs:
2.1 “What if” the future.
  • Success and failure scenarios and the assumptions made about the path.
2.2 Select your tools.
  • Practices, tools, and project metrics
2.3 Processes and data.
  • A set of principles to guide acceptance of customizations and list of activities such as conversions associated with data.

Module 3: Implementation

The Purpose

  • Understand the need for organizational change management focusing on clear communication.
  • Identify what is needed to proceed with a successful implementation.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • An organizational communications plan to build acceptance
  • A training plan to build comfort with the new software
  • A checklist to ensure everything is prepared to transition to live
  • A checklist to ensure the transition to live goes as smoothly as possible

Activities: Outputs:
3.1 Manage the change.
  • Plans for both organizational communications and training
3.2 Transition.
  • A checklist for transition to live readiness and a checklist for the transition.
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