Nt1330 Unit 3 Assignment

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One of biggest roadblock that companies have to face is to invest a lot of money on implementing a software system and have employees ignore it and keep trying to do the task in their own way. This the reason why the provider that you choose for implementing your software have to be a natural fit for the organization. If the owners and employees have the same passion and understanding of the product that they would implement the result would be a success (Phillips, 2016). The principle to have a smoother implementation phase is to have an ERP that meets the organization basic specific business requirements. When the software is written for a specific industry, if the organization are into the same industry, the organization won’t have to make huge changes in…show more content…
ii. Planned ending date. July 10, 2017. iii. Timeline (what will occur). 1. System requirements (8 – 12 weeks). 2. System set up and configuration (3 – 9 weeks). 3. Testing the system (6 – 18 weeks). 4. Training the users (2 – 3 weeks). 5. Go live (1 - 2 weeks). 6. Live support, it can varies but it is typically 2 -4 weeks of onsite support or as needed. 7. Continuous performance system evaluation and training. iv. Which activities will be done in this phase? 1. Backup old system. 2. Install new hardware and new operating system if needed. 3. Install the new ERP. 4. Data conversion. 5. Transfer or migrate the information from old system to the new ERP system. 6. Testing the system. 7. Train the users. 8. Go live. 9. Test, test and more test. 10. Live support. v. Installation. The system installation involves placing computer hardware such as computers, servers, printers and routers, and software such as system software, drivers, and plugins into the daily organization’s operations. vi. Data conversion (convert the data from existing system to the new system). This step involves analyzing the data from the old system to determine which information have to be converted to the new
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