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 How does a normal start‑up procedure look? Export knowledge base Export     SubscribeSubscribe      Show article info

It is quite common that a start-up process looks something like the steps below.

  1. Customer evaluate and test VisionProject to make sure it meets core requirements
  2. Discussions with Visionera to clear out any questions during evaluation. New features, changes and integration work that may be needed are also discussed. 
  3. Decision to purchase VisionProject is made
  4. Purchase is made and system is distributed to customer
  5. Roll-out and implementation project is discussed and plan decided upon. Features, changes and integration work that already have been identified are specified and planned. 
  6. Application server is purchased/prepared/delivered where VisionProject will be installed
  7. VisionProject is installed, either by customer's personnel, or remotely by Visionera
  8. 2 - 4 workshops/meetings to discuss how VisionProject should be configured for the customer. During this work the system is also configured together with core/expert users, such as system/process owners and project managers. Expert user training is done at the same time and a lot of questions are answered.
  9. Features, changes and integration work required before customer can go live is implemented, delivered and tested. 
  10. Customer's core/expert users normally train other staff members
  11. Customer goes live and start using VisionProject
  12. Features, changes and integration work not required before customer can go live is implemented, delivered and tested. 

Sometimes an optional "Proof of Concept" (POC) step between 2 and 3 is taken to make sure that the system really can be used as intended.


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