Project Proposal and Implementation Plan

2055 WordsMay 24, 20049 Pages
1. Table of Contents 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4 3. SOLUTION CONCEPT 5 3.1. BACKGROUND 5 3.2. OUR UNDERSTANDING OF YOUR REQUIREMENTS 5 3.3. OUR VISION 6 3.4. OUR SOLUTION 7 4. OVERVIEW OF SOLUTION 8 4.1. OVERVIEW OF OUR APPROACH 8 4.1.1. PHASE 1 - FINALISE FUNCTIONALITY 8 4.1.2. PHASE 2: DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTION 8 4.1.3. PHASE 3: TRAINING AND HANDOVER 10 4.1.4. PHASE 4: USER ACCEPTANCE TESTING 10 4.1.5. PHASE 5 - INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION 10 4.1.6. PHASE 6 - ONGOING SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE 11 4.2. KEY ACTIVITIES AND DELIVERABLES 11 4.3. THE PROJECT TEAM 13 4.4. ASSUMPTIONS AND DEPENDENCIES 13 4.4.1. PROJECT ASSUMPTIONS 13 4.4.2. PROJECT SCOPE ASSUMPTIONS 14 4.4.3. EXCLUSIONS 15 5. REFERENCE LIST…show more content…
As a result organisations in all industries are being forced to re-evaluate their way of conducting business. Collaborative tools and services, streamlined electronic processes and procedures, and enabled knowledge capture tools are becoming key technology differentiators to help companies achieve these goals. From our experience, a key challenge in any web solution development solution is ensuring that the initial architecture and problem definition is sound. To do this, one needs to consider a range of systems and their impact on the environment. 3.4. Our Solution AWS will assist GU in the development, implementation and maintenance of a web solution and drive the process of scoping and prioritising the requirements that have been identified thus far. AWS will provide a solution and templates for the initial roll-out based on the functionality specified. It is envisaged that users and administrators from GU would then be trained in the administration and key functionality to allow them to self-manage and expand the solution. The solution will include the following steps which are described in more detail in the following section Table 1: Proposed Methodology 4. Overview of Solution 4.1. Overview of Our Approach Our Approach is intended to place the technology in the hands of your users to enable
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