“Over-communicate. It’s better to tell someone something they already know than to not tell them something they needed to hear.” — Alex Irvine. The success of any project begins with great communication. With teams becoming more and more global, effective communication is critical. Communication via email, IM, video conference, telephone, text, and face-to-face help establish
Now that you have chosen an expert implementation partner and sorted your data migration dilemma, it’s now time to load some sample data. This implementation stage is the “Beta Testing” stage. A small set of actual data from your legacy system is migrated to the new application. This mini-migration activity helps you identify data inconsistencies and plan accordingly.
Change is inevitable – what matters is how you embrace it. Change drives new solutions and improves existing processes. Adapting to new advanced applications and making adjustments to existing processes can be necessary to achieve compliance and embrace new regulations. Training people with new technology at each stage is essential to managing change and driving
In our previous blogs we’ve advised on what to look for in an implementation partner and what to consider for your data migration. Next we share best practices for periodic build review sessions. Build review sessions or walkthroughs include the key stakeholders of the project and are used to identify any gaps in the requirements.