Should you implement an application package? Will it meet your business objectives, deliver what you want, benefit your business and provide value in the process? Spell it out with this spreadsheet.
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User involvement is key to designing an effective application and a good user interface. Give the business users a template of standards and procedures to follow so that they can describe how they do their work, including workflow, and thus how the application should work for them.
You have a bright idea deserving of funding and implementation. Here's how to get it down on paper so your boss and a sponsor with deep pockets will say, That's brilliant. Do it!
Here is a project plan for a project to model and define the "order-to-cash" business process in a retail environment and recommend process improvement opportunities.
All organizations have slightly different terminology and/or methods for tracking the creation, review and approval of project documentation throughout the lifecycle. This template is developed based on executing projects across various following types of projects/firms/environments. The goal of organizations and projects when it comes to tracking sign-off is that it’s about Who, What, When and Why. This template helps you stay on top of all of them. Use this in conjunction with the Business Requirements Report Template to help streamline the process.
This basic Business Requirements Documentation template covers business function requirements, reports, interfaces, exceptions, and forms.
When preparing a report for customer sign-off on Business Requirements, what areas do you need to focus on? Use this report in conjunction with the Business Requirements Document: Customer/Client Sign-off Template to help streamline the process.
This document outlines the Business Scope, which is a description of the area of the business to be supported by the application package, including the specific business activities to be supported, the business objects to be managed and the organizations and sites to be supported.
This presentation will discuss considerations and techniques for setting up or refreshing a PMO and will explain and provide examples of how PMO architecture can ensure the success of your PMO.
Do we buy an application, or do we build it ourselves? There's a lot to consider. Use this presentation as a guide to help you make the right decision.