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New System Proposal

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Danna Wakefield

on 14 February 2014

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New System Proposal

Introduction (Nathan Flores)
How the system will be developed/acquired
How the system will be tested
How the system will be implemented
How the system will be maintained
System’s Cost Benefit Analysis
Anticipated schedule for the project

How the System will be Developed/Acquired (Nathan Flores)
First step: Plan of Action for ERP
SAP® Business All-in-One Fast-Start Program
General idea of future moves to make
Schedule a consultation meeting

System Test (Jay Jones)
Integration/transition/ data migration
Test site:https://my309155.sapbydesign.com/sap/public/byd/runtime?logoff=1

Business Benefits (Nathan Flores)
Specifically Designed
Lower total cost of ownership
optimized to run on preselected operating systems, databases, and hardware
Accurate budgeting and scoping via automated tools
Fast time to value
by providing a defined project scope and preconfigured functionality to support business processes
Safe investment
built on proven SAP applications that adapt to changing needs
Rapid implementation
of targeted, best-practice functionality for manufacturing, wholesale distribution, and service companies
Adaptable solution
with support for multiple countries, languages, and currencies

Maintaining our system cont. (Danna Wakefield)
Training courses available for employees and users of SAP system
BusinessObjects Business intelligence
Solutions for Enterprise Performance Management
Solutions for Governance, Risk and Compliance
Customer Relationship Management
Enterprise Resource Planning

Maintaining our System (Danna Wakefield)
Update system every six months
Develop training software and certification for Riordan employee’s
In order to maintain our system our employee’s need up to date information on the software, how to use it and implement it in real time.
By: Nathan Flores, Matthew Ethridge, Danna Wakefield, Duwayne Jones, Alon Parker

How the System will be Developed/Acquired cont’d (Nathan Flores)
How the System will be Developed/Acquired cont’d (Nathan Flores)
Implementation (Jay Jones)
Product Lifecycle Management
Industry Solutions
Supplier Relationship Management
Supply Chain Management
Solution Management
Application Lifestyle Management

Cost Benefit Analysis (Alon Parker)
Cost Benefit Analysis (Alon Parker)
Anticipated Schedule (Matthew Ethridge)
Planning Phase
Research and Information gathering
Building the System
Systems development projects produce desired results through team efforts.
Development teams typically include users, systems analysts, programmers, and technical specialists.

Development (Matthew Ethridge)
(Developing Operational Requirements, 2008)

Estimated Time Frame (Matthew Ethridge)
Technical Feasibility
Economic Feasibility
Organizational Feasibility
Behavioral Feasibility

8 months to incorporated to LAN
12 months to iCloud from start to finish
PLUS- 6 months contingency plan

(Turban, Volonino, & Wood, 2006)

How the system will be developed/acquired
How the system will be tested
How the system will be implemented
How the system will be maintained
System’s Cost Benefit Analysis
Anticipated schedule for the project

Developing Operational Requirements (2008). Retrieved from http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/Developing Operational Requirements Guides.pdf
Turban, E., Volonino, L., & Wood, G. (2006).  Information technology for management: transforming organizations in the digital economy (5th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: J. Wiley & Sons.
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