Get moving fast – with a SaaS implementation plan designed for your company.
With our proprietary process, you’ll get expert advice at every stage of your implementation. Go basic – or choose a customized comprehensive plan that includes planning, management, on-site training, data conversion and more. Our web-based solutions and experienced, dedicated team means your business can be up and running fast.
The stages of implementing your business system will vary according to your organization. However, the high-level stages involved with any KeyedIn® Solutions SaaS products include: Discovery, Implementation, Construct and Go Live.
This stage begins by identifying the business goals for your project, system requirements and the overall scope of the development effort, answering the question: what are the specific business problems that need to be resolved for the enterprise and what processes need to be implemented to resolve them?
Once we’ve determined your goals and objectives, the next stage will show you how your KeyedIn Solution works – from mapping Best Practices and training users, to validating your processes and customizing forms and reports.
After your data is created or imported, the system will be tested for functionality and performance and the cutover activities required for a smooth transition will be identified and implemented.
Go Live Stage
The final stage before you move from the test environment to the new system, the objective of the Go Live stage is to make sure that the system is implemented in your production environment, optimized as required and is production-ready.
Annual System Review
Our Annual System Review includes an on-site visit from a KeyedIn Consultant to see how the software is working for your company. The review can be customized for your needs, such as incorporating additional training or to streamlining processes that may have changed.
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So if you want to see how KeyedIn Manufacturing - Sign Edition can help your organization, book a demo today , during which you can discuss your implementation requirements.