Choosing the right project management methodology for your team is the first step to success.
But with so many different — and in some cases, overlapping — approaches to managing the complexities of any given project, how can you know which project management methodology is best?
We use IFS Implementation Methodology as proven patch to ensure project success. IFS Implementation Methodology™ is structured to help our customers implement IFS software to achieve their goals in a timely and cost-effective manner. The upfront planning proposed by IFS aligns the implementation plan with the goals, scope, staffing and budget needed to succeed. Key elements to achieving an on time and on budget implementation include establishing the project structure and governance, creating a communication plan to monitor progress, tracking issues and assessing risks. IFS Implementation Methodology consists of five phases. Each phase has a stated purpose, key milestones and deliverables to ensure that the project team is focused on the right tasks at the appropriate time. A key success factor in all our implementations are the people assigned to the project. It is important that the project team is given the appropriate time and support to be successful and that all team members understand their roles and responsibilities.
IFS Implementation Methodology
IFS Implementation Methodology is based on many years of experience successfully implementing IFS software for a wide range of IFS customers from single-site operations to multi-site, multi-country companies with many divisions. Having our IFS employees globally utilize the same IFS Implementation Methodology has been key to deploying the defined customer solution around the world. IFS Implementation Methodology is supported by five main phases. These include the following:
– Initiate Project Phase
– Confirm Prototype Phase
– Establish Solution Phase
– Implement Solution Phase
– Go Live Phase
IFS Implementation Methodology phases are depicted below:
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