Experience Our Success Management Methodology
Our 10 Point Process
including pre-planning, deployment,
and post deployment.
|Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3|
How it Works
Project Plan Design
Technology deployments often fail because they lack a sound plan. Our team will first create a roadmap to guide the process, to keep all stakeholders aligned and on track.
After the plan is set in place, the next step is to conduct a baseline assessment to determine whether your team is ready to move forward, and whether further resources are needed to begin.
+ Continuous Oversight
Most technology deployments require employee buy-in. Our approach to change management centers around educating stakeholders, and working with them to understand their needs.
A successful deployment requires careful vendor selection. We’ll draw on our deep portfolio of partners, providing access to the best solutions and affordable prices.
After selecting a vendor, the next step is to form a comprehensive solution design that encompasses resource planning, risk assessment, and costs. The purpose of a solution design is to determine whether a project is on the right track for success, or whether further planning and sourcing is required.
Once the solution design is complete, an official readiness assessment will be conducted. This is the final testing stage before the technology is deployed. Its purpose is to make sure there is a stable and reliable foundation in place to support the new technology.
+ Continuous Oversight
At this stage, all initial testing and planning will be complete providing a stable environment that’s guaranteed to support the technology. Our team will move forward with deployment, supported by continuous performance monitoring and oversight.
Once a technology is deployed, the real work begins. Our team will continue analyzing the solution and running tests, and looking for improvement opportunities.
In addition to ongoing optimization efforts, periodic evaluations will also be scheduled to ensure the deployment is operating according to plan. Official evaluations provide a system for assessing overall progress and planning important changes when they are needed.
The last step is to engage in continuous performance monitoring in real-time, to detect even the most minute system changes. We’ll continue monitoring 24/7 throughout the entire lifecycle of a project.