JD Edwards Project Recovery Services
Discovery/Business Value Assessment Document
A comprehensive review of the organization’s current state. The review can be of technology, software, or business process, which are compared to industry best business practices. From that comparison, a detailed list of findings and suggestions for improvement will be provided to you.
Potential Project Issues
- Project management issues
- Straying from vision – Not achieving benefits
- Behind schedule
- Budget Overruns
- Major scope creep
- Milestones/goals not met
- System performance as well as other technical issues
- Number of Customizations
- Resistance to change – employees
- Unhappy users and/or customers
- Conflicting internal priorities
- Project resources not fully allocated
- Implementation partner oversold capabilities, lack of expertise, etc.
- Major resources leave project
- And more
Project Recovery Services
- Evaluation of Project Baseline – structure, change management, governance, scope, resources, schedule, risks, quality & deliverables
- Develop appropriate preventative and corrective action plans
- Provide comprehensive project recovery plan
- Provide trace-ability – what is expected vs. what is completed
- Implement plan utilizing a structured project governance methodology
GAP Analysis Document
The Gap Analysis is used to evaluate the current usage of application and business practice, compared to need, business best practices & application functionality. The gap identifies an opportunity.
Project Timeline Document
A high-level display showing key tasks to be accomplished within each phase of the project. It provides a b understanding of what is expected to be accomplished within each phase of the project recovery plan. The timeline is further supported by a detailed project plan.
Project Recovery Status Update
Project Recovery Status Update Document
A summary of key indicators for the status of the project recovery project. Typical indicators focus on risk, budget, time, etc. Our status includes items such as culture and communication getting into “soft” areas that can adversely affect a project.