Building an application to run on the Web is a challenge. Use this Microsoft Project plan to take the guesswork out of everything you have to do.
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Information strategy planning is a useful approach to take if your business needs reevaluation and realignment with the current market and industry demands. Here's a high-level Microsoft Project plan for tackling the development of an information management strategy for your overall business.
Need a large-scale application package and don't know where to start to pick one? This Microsoft Project plan details how to evaluate qualified vendors and packages, then guides you through the process of selecting an application package for implementation.
Stolen from Real Life (a data warehouse development project for a waste water treatment management system), this Microsoft Project plan takes you through the construction of a complete data warehouse from start to finish.
Your client has asked you to analyze his business and present him with a roadmap for making the business data available via a data warehouse. This Microsoft Project plan presents a two-month business analysis project to achieve that goal.
This excellent Microsoft Project plan will help you implement a complete life cycle project to design and build a data warehouse.
If you've been tasked to build a data model for a Data Warehouse development project, check out this Microsoft Project plan.
Are you putting together a data warehouse? This Microsoft Project plan will help you keep tabs on all the complex stages and steps involved in building decision support systems and a knowledge-based applications architecture and environment.
The webWAVE Development project plan in Microsoft Project offers your intranet development team a blueprint for establishing a corporate communications vehicle that can streamline business processes, allow increased access to corporate information and revolutionize knowledge sharing--while reducing overall communications costs.
Now that you've built yourself an intranet, you'll have to maintain it. This Microsoft Project plan will help you do just that.