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DAD Package Implementation Plan

project plan

Are you implementing a package in a distributed application development environment? You need a plan for the full implementation cycle, from planning and requirements analysis through deployment. Here's a sample from a Warehousing/Shipping environment.

DAD Systems Documentation Plan

PREMIUM project plan

This Microsoft Project plan reflects the activities for documenting the functionality of a distributed application system in a retail environment, i.e., order processing, pricing, inventory, shipping, customer and distributor administration, marketing, etc.

Daily Construction Report

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Every day on the construction site is truly different. There's a lot going on. Keep track of it all with this handy form.

Daily Job Report

deliverable

Lots of things happen on the job every day. Use this form to keep track of them.

Daily Labor Allocation Form

deliverable

Who is spending what amount of time on what job at what rate? Keep track of it all with this form.

Daily Project Activities Checklist

checklist

A critical part of any project manager’s ongoing responsibilities is to keep tabs on the day-to-day activities on a project. This checklist will help.

Data Access Layer Specifications

deliverable

How do you design an effective GUI so that the user control widgets are correctly mapped to the data elements? With explicit specifications, of course. Here's a well-constructed example.

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