Our consultants assist project managers ans business analysts on all or part of the phases of their projects:
- Feasibility and opportunity study. This type of study allows the project to be framed (needs, possible scenarios, physical and financial evaluation, value analysis, ROI) and provides decision-makers with information on whether or not to launch the project.
- Specifications and support in search of a solution. It is a matter of formalizing the needs and expectations of a product that will be the result of the project. This type of mission is generally carried out in two stages: the listening stage, which consists in capturing the needs and the stage of formalization which must lead to the development of a document: the statement of work (Functional analysis, requirements and constraints management, specification of requirements). Our consultants use proven techniques and methodological frameworks: CMMi, UML, BPM Notation, Enterprise Architecture, etc. Finally, we assist our clients in finding solutions (consulting, market analysis, benchmarking, etc.).
- Test. The test is thus an activity which consists in subjecting the system to functional tests in order to verify that it conforms to its description in the SOW. According to this definition, the test activity is clearly relative to a reference system: the SOW. Ifingo teams are involved at several levels: definition of the test strategy and test plans, coordination of all testing activities, establishment of testing and qualification environments and related processes, test testing Functional, integration tests, anomaly monitoring and compliance monitoring.
- Migration. The migration step involves switching from one computer system to another. A delicate stage of a project, Ifingo consultants helps project managers on several types of activities: framing migration; Identification, analysis and resolution of source-target gaps; Definition of the principles and modalities of migration of each product typology (customer base, etc.); Realization of data mapping between the source system and the target system; Auditing and data reliability; Participation in static and then dynamic migration execution; Construction of the timing diagram, etc.
- Roll-Out. This work begins with the development of a roll-out plan that should be considered as a subset of the project plan. This plan precisely identifies the phases and the roll-out perimeter (such direction, business process, etc.). In this area, we can imagine two main types of approach: a Big-Bang roll-out (all users are impacted by the new system in a very short period of time) or a progressive or staged roll-out.