This Microsoft Project Plan will walk you through the ins and outs of putting together a business question assessment to analyze the data you need for your data warehouse.
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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.
This super-comprehensive project plan in Microsoft Word is chock full of information on how to plan and manage a data warehouse project. It covers the gamut in DW project planning and control activities and will teach you a lot about data warehouse architectures, tools, risk management, development activities, quality management and the like. Enjoy the read!
Improve your organization's process management capabilities by implementing a toolset that stores your customized methodologies as reusable, improvable processes and converts them into detailed project plans. Here's a Microsoft Project Plan for implementing just such a toolset.
Do your project management practices need improvement? Here's a plan that outlines what to fix and how to run a program to fix it.
This Microsoft Project plan can serve as a guide to evaluating vendor tools for your data warehouse. It includes a Gantt chart schedule and cost analysis for the complete tool selection process.
Imagine if you could get the stages and steps of a Distributed Application Development methodology distilled into a ready-to-use Microsoft Project plan. You can! Download it now.
This comprehensive project plan proposes a Rapid Application Development (RAD) approach to implementing a complete customer business service system (processing of customer contacts, accounts, billing, etc.). It reports the findings of a six-week planning/investigative phase and forecasts the analysis, design, construction and testing phases of the project.
Are your software development inspections up to code? Use this checklist to find out.
Code is a developer's signature on a software project, and not all developers play by the rules of good coding standards. Ensure that your development team leaves a coding legacy that not only implements the application at hand but can be understood by others and maintained during future development cycles.