CONSULTING
 
 
 
The software that supports the business must deliver on its guarantee to reduce cost and risk, support strategies to capitalize on market dynamics, and return value quickly.
 A. IT Development
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Homogeneous measures - Transparent and logical approach
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Process mapping - center on homogeny and synchronization of business processes
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Best-practice - administer both business and technical skills and focus on proposal that trim down IT costs by combining systems and support
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Business accomplishment - Increases as IT strategy is connected to business plan.
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Deliverables - include a business process, technical architecture, completion roadmap, risk appraisal, a program administration description, TCO or ROI analysis, etc.
 B. Business Process Analysis
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Product or service - Recognize contributions that can be accepted to serve relevant customer and product markets
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Product or service - Recognize contributions that can be accepted to serve relevant customer and product markets
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Competitive advantages - Addresses how you can create sustainable advantages over the competition using advanced processes and systems
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Stratagem realization - Assists you in developing the path for successful implementation of the strategy
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Business plan - develop the business plan, including investments and savings
 
  • Identify strategic opportunity that optimizes business areas and their interdependencies
  • Contribute to gaining competitive advantage through flexible and innovative process chains
  • Identify process value drivers to contribute to your overall strategy
  • Model an integrated strategic process framework
  • Identify gaps to cover horizontal processes by solutions/IT scenarios

 C. Value Evaluation

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Business process analysis
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Identification of solution /scenario unique selling proposition (USP)
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Mapping of business processes to solutions
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Implant solution/ scenarios in your existing scene
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Identification of potential value to justify investments
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Analyses of strategic, operational, and IT savings
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ROI analysis - net present value (NPV), internal rate or return (IRR), payback period
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Short-term, long-term, and midterm action areas
 
 A. IT Development
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Project preparation - To more effectively manage the overall implementation project based on lessons learned from the solution prototype
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Methods - Provides a fast, realistic, and cost-effective approach
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Customer-centric - Customer- solution- component-specific implementation
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Fully operational prototype - will meet needs before roll-out

 B. Modeling

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Product or service - Recognize contributions that can be accepted to serve relevant customer and product markets
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Product or service - Recognize contributions that can be accepted to serve relevant customer and product markets
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Competitive advantages - Addresses how you can create sustainable advantages over the competition using advanced processes and systems
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Stratagem realization - Assists you in developing the path for successful implementation of the strategy
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Business plan - develop the business plan, including investments and savings

 C. Feasibility Study

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Necessity analysis - Identifies and details the business and technical requirements for your SAP solution
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Implementation plan - Complete plan for execution, as well as projected function and process, project span, scope, costs, and time frames
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Risk analysis - To identify risks early in the project and take actions to minimize them.
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Benefits overview - Potential benefits and cost savings that will result from the implementation
 
  • A obvious observation of the costs and time frames concerned in implementation
  • Drop in time for Realization and knowledge transfer
  • Alleviation of risk by ensuring technical and business requirements
  • Optimized ROI and functions that need to-be implemented to achieve objectives
 
 A. IT Assessment
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AS-IS Analysis - Gives you a high-level view of potential areas of improvement and promising alternatives
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IT assessment - Combines a more detailed view of potential areas of improvement, with a prioritized sequence of events for achieving results
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Value assessment - Delivers estimates of costs, time to break-even, and return on investment
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Business case calculation - Provides detailed calculations of costs, time to break-even, and return on investment for a portfolio of technology projects
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TCO calculation - Offers a clear picture of the total cost of ownership (TCO) for various alternatives, providing a foundation for informed IT decisions

 
  • A complete understanding of existing IT operations that points to potential areas for improvement
  • Insight into alternative approaches, including recommendations for project steps
  • A feasible approach to adopting new technology within your existing technology framework
  • The ability to transform systems and processes to achieve both IT and business goals
 B. IT Planning
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Technology Plan - Provides a feasible IT plan based on the Assessment
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Security Plan - Provides study and definition of an appropriate level of information security
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Roll-out plan - Define and plan accomplishment projects, timelines, milestones, and dependencies
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Software Transform Administration - Systematize and control the implementation of changes to software and linked processes
  • Approach to IT planning through standardized tools and methodologies
  • Calculate ROI & TCO
  • Decision-making through expected expenditure and benefits
  • Fine-tuned to meet distinctive company requirements
 C. Architecture Plan
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System landscape policy - Shows how to optimize servers to meet business requirements
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Software Transform Administration - Provides strategies for managing software maintenance and changes
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Spread over Central - Approach to IT infrastructure best supports your business
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System availability - Assesses the impact of system outages to determine needs for business continuity
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Third-party software - Shows how to integrate systems into newer environment
 
  • Rapid and effective implementation of solutions
  • Reduced risk during both initial rollout and ongoing operations
  • Reduced costs and improved success rates for migrations, modifications, and upgrades
  • Tight integration between existing and newer solutions that ensures efficient and effective business processes
  • Clear alignment between IT infrastructure and business requirements
 
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Calibration - Identify and prioritize related method for more clarified analysis and document overall process.
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As-is - Provides detailed mapping of processes identified in the calibration phase, identifying and documenting relevant process KPI, process parameters, weak points, view of probable theory and method
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Conversion - Develop and document probable method, along with a transformation action plan, and calculate optimization potential
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Execution - Sets up an action plan with future steps and milestones, as well as change management and communication programs and a review process

 
  • Detailed analysis of the business scene
  • Improvements in your existing processes
  • Solution-based configuration of new processes
  • Fast-track implementation with a blueprint driven by existing and future business needs - and fast alignment of the IT landscape
  • A focus on cost-efficiency and business-process flexibility
  • Transparency of values generated by a changed process landscape - including reduced TCO, increased process efficiency, faster go-to-market with business process flexibility, and integrated process information availability and use
 
 A. Change Management
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Common orientation - Increases transparency of program/project goals and aligns managers and employees to the objectives of the change
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Assurance - Drives successful change with a clear vision about a future desired state seen as attractive enough for people to give up a current stable state
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Ability - Establishes understanding of new processes, revised roles, and the skills necessary to run new transactions proficiently
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Homogeneous - insight Drives efficiency of the change process by standardizing project-organization activity and communication to the employees involved
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Affirmative Outcome - Ensures that employees can visualize, experience, and accept positive results of the change process as soon as possible
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Long-term effects - Changes the organizational situation to positively reinforce new ways of thought, behavior, and activities
  • Reduce TCO by lowering start-up and ongoing costs
  • Reduce follow-up costs by ensuring long-term project success
  • Use integrated change-management support to manage the success of project
  • Leverage expertise in embedding IT into business
 B. Program Management
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Control construction - Risk mitigation, status reporting, and administration of budget, scope, and timeline
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Implementation plan - Provides for integrated planning, work-plan management, quality assurance, and issue and deployment management
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Enablement plan - Execution style, tools and accelerators, KM and transfer, resource management, and organizational design and definition of plan
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Value realization - amalgamate strategic rollout planning, solution management, product direction and development, business alignment, value capture and tracking, and continuous development

  • Proactive monitoring of program issues and goals to keep projects on-time and within budget
  • A comprehensive approach to program management that addresses budgets, schedules, resources, and quality
  • Maximized value from technology investments through comprehensive management of multiple projects
  • Assurance that you can achieve business goals
 C. Project Management
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Project plan - Provides guidelines based on proven methodologies
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Project charter - Outlines project overview, scope, high-level risks and costs, and implementation strategy
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Management plan - Includes integration, human resources, communication, risk, and procurement plans
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Requirements definition - Provides a business blueprint or requirements document, support planning, and training requirements
  • Lower implementation costs and reduced total cost of ownership
  • Reduced risk and responsibility for successful delivery of solutions
  • Rapid delivery of key benefits and faster time to value
 D. Technical Program and Project Management
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Technical design - Structure for the assessment, accomplishment, and amalgamation of Systems and applications
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IT strategy - Reduces costs and optimizes the accomplishment and operation of solutions
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Technical facilitation - Single point of contact for all technical issues
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Reviews and feedback - Ensures compliance with your goals and expectations
 
  • Optimization of strategy and system architecture from a technological spot
  • Competent and even accomplishment to leverage opportunities and capitalize on value from technology investments
  • Alignment of your strategy with future development to position your business for future growth and expansion
  • Minimization of project and operation cost
 
 A. Risk Management
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Risk management plan - Strictures of the risk management with span, purpose, and contributors
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Risk summary report - Recognize the project's overall risk outline
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Mitigation plans - Identify traditions to lessen risk and respond to troubles of Accomplishment
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Key performance indicators - To observe and determine the project's success
  • Better visibility of risk during the initial period of the project
  • Quicker recognition of risks and chances to affect the project
  • Practical, closely controlled approach to document and administration of the day-to-day risk outline
  • Enhanced handling of projects to reach target within budget and specified timelines
 B. Project Review
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Prescribed Style - Provides an independent and objective management review of project implementation practices to meet business objectives
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Debriefing - Provides daily updates on project issues
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Recommendations for risk mitigation - Outlines high-level findings and recommendations for managing risks
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Key findings report - Highlights recommendations for what needs to be done to keep a project on-track
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Management presentation - Enables you to gain executive support and promote stakeholder buy-in
 
  • Fast identification of implementation risks early in the process to accelerate project delivery
  • Validation that appropriate goals, timelines, and milestones have been set and are being met
  • Effective sharing of best practices and recommendations for needed improvements to keep the project on-time and within budget
  • Identification of business opportunities resulting from effective monitoring of the project's progress
 C. Solution Review
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Assessment of application design - Determines whether the application is complete, flexible, efficient, and maintainable and whether the design meets business needs
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Debriefing session - Provides daily updates on solution issues
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Recommendations for risk mitigation - Outlines high-level findings and recommendations for managing risks and optimizing processes
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Key findings report - Summarizes key solution findings and provides recommendations for improvements
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Management presentation - Enables you to gain executive support and promote stakeholder buy-in
 
  • Early identification of risk factors so you can take corrective action
  • Minimization of the risk of running over budget or schedule
  • Accelerated project implementation for optimal return on investment
  • Complete review of the application design that ensures that the solution meets your business needs
 D. Technical Review
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Assessment of technical design - the system environment is designed and technical documentation is proper
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Debriefing - Daily updates on technical issues
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Risk mitigation - Outlines high-level findings and recommendations for managing risks and optimizing processes
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Key findings report - Summarizes key solution findings and provides recommendations for improvements
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Management presentation - Enables you to gain executive support and promote stakeholder buy-in
 
  • Early identification of risk factors to take corrective action and speed up project accomplishment
  • Minimization of the risk of running over budget or schedule
  • Validation that the production environment is running efficiently and security profiles are accurately developed
  • Complete review of the technical design to ensure that the solution needs
 E. Development Review
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Customer-specific development review - Examines and assigns a risk rating to development areas such as enhancements, conversions, and interfaces
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Debriefing - Daily updates on development issues
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Risk mitigation - Outlines high-level findings and recommendations for optimizing processes and managing risks.
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Key findings report - key solution findings and recommendations for improvements
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Management presentation - Enables you to gain executive support and promote stakeholder buy-in
 
  • Controlled project timelines and budgets through the early identification of risks and corrective actions
  • Center on critical success factors that lead to speed up project accomplishment
  • Validation that the application design meets your business needs
  • Complete estimation of the flexibility, efficiency, and maintainability of the application plan
 
 A. Implementation
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Business and system requirements - Plan projects effectively and optimize the use of resources and budgets
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Analysis and design - Features and functions of Software to derive optimum ROI
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Requirements workshops - Needs to determine how to best take advantage of Solution
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Business blueprint - Provides a detailed model of business processes that describes your process needs and points to appropriate solutions
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Process plan - Analyzes your business processes and specifies all enhancements, conversions, interfaces, and reports required for a successful implementation
  • Reduced costs for customization, operation, and maintenance
  • Enhanced usability and system stability that promote user acceptance and streamline operations
  • IT projects that are on-time and within budget
  • IT solutions that support your business goals
 B. Configuration
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Development requirements and terms - Defines requirements for the project and technical specifications for development
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Baseline configuration - Covers configuration strategy and concepts, including tools to facilitate configuration activities
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Final configuration - Final configuration strategy and concepts, integrating the baseline configuration and enhancements to meet specific requirements

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Documentation -The solution is configured and the rationale on configuration
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Go-live and quality assurance - complete map for system operation and continuing support
 
  • Reduced total cost of ownership through best practices for monitoring, enhancing, and extending your IT environment
  • Increased solution flexibility to adapt to changing business needs
  • Higher system performance and availability to meet key business goals
 C. Test Management
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Road map - indication of crucial subject about operational and organizational structures, tasks, and tools for testing
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Test management optimization - Current test organization based on an inspection and evaluation with Best Practices
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Test training workshops and coaching – assurance of dynamic and successful exercise of test tools during requirement and training
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Automation of regression tests - Ensures the delivery of a long-term, robust automation of your business processes
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Load and stress testing - Ensures optimum performance and response times through proven methodology, tools, and solution-specific best practices

 
  • Decision support for planning and implementing a test strategy for IT projects
  • Reduced total cost of ownership
  • Performance optimization
  • Investment planning capabilities and transparency into current system limitations