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Today more than ever before, the success of a business system implementation rests on the quality and devotion of thought given to its achievement.

We recognize that the timely and professional delivery of every business solution is paramount in today’s competitive market. You need to be reassured that the solution you choose is not only market leading, but can be integrated within your business processes without disruption to your operation. It is for this reason Source Information Systems incorporates a methodology that enables us to implement your solution in the most efficient manner possible.

This project management methodology can be divided into 6 simple steps covering the implementation of your solution.

We assign to every project a Project Manager who is your primary contact throughout the project lifecycle. The Project Manager will work with your organization to define the requirements of the project, develop project plans and schedules, and manage Kewill personnel and partners. The primary aim of the Project Manager is to ensure you are not distracted from your core business activities and your solution is delivered smoothly and on time.

Step 1: Plan
Your Project Manager identifies the scope of your project and generates a schedule for the major tasks required. This includes high-level business objectives, critical milestones, identification of boundaries and constraints, and building the project team both within Kewill and your organization. The primary goal of this phase is to provide clear direction to the project team and set mutually agreed expectations.

Step 2: Define
Determine the essence of your solution by putting together your user, functional and system requirements. A Functional Specification document is produced and you sign-off on this document before any further steps are taken. The Project Managers own and manage your project lifecycle.

Step 3: Design
Blueprints of your system are drafted, defining system configuration, screen design, and system architecture.

Step 4: Build
Your system is developed from the requirements outlined in the Define and Design stages. The system is tested and reviewed for quality assurance.

Step 5: Deploy
We are ready to implement your solution and train your users. Time is taken to conduct user acceptance testing prior to actual rollout.

Step 6: Project Closeout & Review
The final step in the project is to review the whole solution and introduce your organization to our Customer Support Group. Once your system is functioning within a live environment, your day-to-day contact moves to the Support Group, a team of highly experienced technicians who will solve your technical and operational questions.

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