The first formal interaction we'll have is a kick-off call. The main purpose of this call is to connect the right resources from both sides to establish and test connectivity.
We'll also review the project plan to approve it for moving forward together.
Our business analyst will document your data requirements for the archive. We then go to work on extracting and mapping the data to the specification and configure the application within a validation environment. With iterations and approvals along the way, we will keep you informed on the progress.
Launch includes administrative and end user training. This is typically done by secure video and online training sessions.
A transition to support is made, ensuring that all admins and users know who to contact if they're ever in need of assistance.
After the project plan is closed out, a survey is conducted to ensure your satisfaction.
With an approved project plan in-hand and connectivity established, we move next to retrieving data from the source system.
While data is secured by our technicians, a business analyst will work with you to gather requirements for how the data will map and display.
With data loaded, testing and data validation begins. This is a collaborative effort with resources from both of our teams ensuring accuracy.
When we're both satisfied, approvals are gained for data and image displays.
Here is a summary of suggested resources from each of our teams to ensure a successful project.
Provides overall leadership and direction to the project team.
Oversees the planning, resourcing and execution of each project. Manages all communications and provides routine status updates .
Develops the technical strategy for data extraction and migration and leads the technical resources.
Executes the data extraction, migration and archive.
Provides end-user training.
Manages the relationship long-term.
Receives updates and communicates to the rest of the leadership team.
Assists with all communication and identification of technical and subject matter experts as necessary.
Helps to establish connectivity for HHIT to each system.
Helps to define the archive layout and validates data when complete.