Project Implementation Services
Every effort is made within all ranks of the company to ensure the successful implementation of all our projects at customer sites within the planned timeframe and within the estimated costs.
Every project at DocketWave customer site is organized into a number of discrete work phases and our consultants break up each of these phases into Statements of Work that accurately identify the work effort, assumptions, and deliverables associated with a given phase of a project.
Our project implementation service engagement is divided into five phases:
b) Business Analysis,
c) Planning (Design),
d) Building (Development and testing),
e) Knowledge transfer (Training),
f) Deployment (Change over)
g) Operation (Live production).
Our project engagement opportunity begins with an analysis of customer expectations and ends with an operational system and application environment.
A DocketWave project manager, assigned to the project, follows a standard Project Management methodology to track the progress of the project using Project management tools and software.
DocketWave Project manager works in close liaison with the customer throughout the life of the project until its successful implementation and hand-over.
DocketWave Project Management methodology complies with best practices and industry standards in implementing and managing complex projects, and is characterized by a practical goal-oriented approach. The methodology incorporates best business practices in the industry and consists of a set of standards including risk management, change management and configuration management procedures that cover every aspect of a project’s life cycle, from initial planning to implementation and operation.
In each phase of the project we work closely with our customers to ensure all deliverables are completed in time and all barriers and bottlenecks are identified and removed well in time. In addition, Quality Assurance is applied at all stages of the Project cycle to ensure that all our work is up to design specifications and consistent with customer expectations and the documented scope of work.