Auisy uses Oracle’s AIM (Application Implementation Methodology) methodology to implement Oracle Applications (ERP)
- An AIM project is conducted in phases that provide quality and control checkpoints to co-ordinate project activities that have a common goal.
- During a project phase, your project team will be executing tasks from several processes
- Oracle AIM Project Phases as follows ( 6 Phases )
- 1. Definitions
- 2. Operation Analysis
- 3. Solution Design
- 4. Build
- 5. Transition
- 6. Production
- Plan the project
- Review the organization's business objectives
- Evaluate the feasibility of meeting those objectives under time, resource, and budget constraints
- Emphasis is on building an achievable work plan and introducing it with guidelines.
- Strategies, objectives, and approaches are determined for each AIM process
2. Operations Analysis
- Project team develops Business Requirements
- Assess the level of fit between the business requirements and standard application functionality.
- Gaps are identified and corresponding solutions developed.
- Solutions for gaps evolve into detailed designs during Solution Design.
3. Solution Design
- Develop the detailed designs to meet the future business requirements.
- Project team members create detailed narratives of process solutions developed during Operations Analysis
- Supporting business requirements may require building application extensions to standard features
- The project team carefully scrutinizes these solutions and chooses the most cost effective alternatives.
- coding and testing of all customizations and other custom software
- Coding & testing of enhancements, data conversions, and interfaces
- Policy and procedure changes relating to business process modifications are developed.
- Business system testing is performed to validate that the developed solutions meet business requirements.
- Deploys the finished solution into the organisation
- The project team trains the end users
- Technical team configures the production environment and converts data
- Transition ends with the cutover to production, when end users start performing their job duties using the new system.
- It marks the last phase of the implementation, and the beginning of the system support cycle.
- The Information Systems (IS) personnel work quickly to stabilise the system and begin regular maintenance.
- Provide the ongoing support to the organisation for the remaining life of the system.
- Compare actual results to project objectives.