Phase II in the ASAP methodology – conceptual design

After establishing the organisational structure of the project and after developing the Project Charter and Regulations and after approving the results and the implementation phase, the second phase of the SAP system implementation – conceptual design can be started. This is one of the most interesting phases in the ASAP methodology. Here the most interesting works happen, because they are …

From Prompt to Prince2

PROMPT – is the methodology of running IT projects developed (in the 1970s) by the company Simpact Systems Limited. Part of the standard under the name PROMPT II was introduced in 1983 in the government administration units of the United Kingdom. On government orders, it was enriched with the issue of quality management. After purchasing the rights to the PROMPT …

Agile methodology

Agile lets you create. Create elastically. It requires and obliges. Adapts to changes (embracing change). The advantage of agile design is the ability to quickly respond to emerging changes. How is this possible? Simply, you take every change as a natural part of the project that you have to deal with and quickly, so that the client gets exactly what …

Implex methodology

This is the methodology developed by Intentia, based on which the Movex system is implemented. In Poland, based on this methodology, the Movex system is implemented by Intentia-Vimex. Most of the system implementations were implemented based on the Implex methodology. This methodology consists of five stages. 1. Defining the project The goal of this stage is to define project objectives, …

BASIS methodology

This methodology was developed by the American company SSA (System Software Associates Inc.) for the implementation of the BPCS system. It is used by ISA and Deliotte & Touche companies and includes 5 phases: 1. definition of the project, 2. preparation of implementation, 3. making changes and their verification, 4. implementation, 5. review and optimization of the system operation. Project …

Metodyka Target Enterprise

This methodology is used in the implementation of the BAAN IV system by Ernst & Young. It consists of the following in almost three stages: mapping, pilotage, migration. Implementation phases follow each other. It is obvious that in each of these stages there are sub-stages related to the implementation of individual tasks. Mapping is the stage in which business processes …