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Project Deliverable 6: Project Plan
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It consists of 30 - 40 pages, but I already have them done. I have to merge the Microsoft Project that I completed and then make a Microsoft Powerpoint presentation. Then I have to finish the rest of the assignment.

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Table of Contents: 1. Project Plan Overview 1.1 Background 1.2 Project Description 1.3 Goals and Objectives 1.4 Scope 1.5 Roles and Responsibilities ...
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Project Deliverable 6: Project Plan This assignment consists of three (4) sections: a written project plan, revised business requirements document, project plan PowerPoint presentation, and a finalized project plan. You must submit the four (4) sections as separate files for the completion of this assignment. Label each file name according to the section of the assignment it is written for. Additionally, you may create and / or assume all necessary assumptions needed for the completion of this assignment. While taking all business and project parameters into consideration, make quality assumptions to support the following requirements. Section 1: Written Project Plan You are now in the final stage of the project plan development. All previous documentation should be combined into one document that will serve as the statement of work for the project. Your goal is to have the project approved by the executive team. The project plan should be very detailed, which is designed to accomplish the monumental task of implementation; however, the executive team is only interested in a 30-minute summation. Therefore, you also must create a compelling executive summary that is supported by your detail that convinces the executive team that they should move forward with your sol...
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Project Deliverable 6: Project Plan Project Plan Project Name: Blazekewski Incorporated Information Technology Executive Prepared By: Name1 - Project Manager Title: Project Manager Date: Project Plan Approval Signatures Project Name: Project Management Improvement Project Manager _______________________________________ __________________ (Signature) (Date) Name1 - Project Manager DoIT Project Manager Division of Information Technology – Systems Engineering and Operations Project Sponsor _______________________________________ __________________ (Signature) (Date) Name2 - Project Sponsor DoIT Process Manager Division of Information Technology – CIO Office Executive Sponsor _______________________________________ __________________ (Signature) (Date) Name3 - Executive Sponsor Associate CIO Division of Information Technology – CIO Office Document Change Control The following is the document control for revisions to this document. Version Number Date of Issue Author(s) Brief Description of Change V1.0 Name1 - Project Manager Approved version. Table of Contents 1. Project Plan Overview 1.1 Background 1.2 Project Description 1.3 Goals and Objectives 1.4 Scope 1.5 Roles and Responsibilities 1.6 Constraints and Assumptions 1.7 Risks 1.8 Project Deliverables 2. Project Work Plan 2.1 Work Breakdown Structure 2.2 Staffing Plan 2.3 Project Schedule 2.4 Project Budget 3. Solution Provider 4. Database and Data warehousing 5. Infrastructure and Security 6. Appenidx The Project Plan defines the following:  Background  Project Description  Business and project goals and objectives  Scope  Roles and responsibilities  Assumptions and constraints  Project budget  Project timeline  The conceptual design of new technology 1. Project Plan Overview 1.1 Background Information is a significant component of any trusted business activity. Information is useful across the entire organization for number of purposes and is stored in an assortment of information systems. Modification to any of these information systems must be firmly controlled and managed to evade those loss of important information that cannot be recovered. System owners must lay strong emphasis on impacts and risks that are mitigated due to implementation of change. Their emphasis must comprise of the following areas:  Hardware and Technical configuration  Software and Application configuration  Security, Governance, policies, and procedures  Business benefits  Costs  End Users  Health, safety, and equality The policies and procedures generally define the technique for managing all (software and hardware) modifications made to the information systems and technical infrastructure of an organization. In a globalized market of today, companies are faced with challenges in each and every step of their business. Our analytics and research services are geared towards giving those companies that extra edge over the competition. We process and analyze terabytes of data and break down all the fuzz and chatter around it to give our customers meaningful insights about their competition and the market they are engaged in. By leveraging our data collection, processing, and research and analytics expertise and by focusing on operational excellence and an industry standard delivery model, we help the leading companies making insightful business decisions. A comprehensive portfolio of our services include, Market, Business and financial research, Domain based analytics and Data processing services. Our industry wide focus is into Banking, Finance, FMCG, Insurance, Retail and Manufacturing industries. The project will make use of methodology which is designed to build, test and assess a practical approach, constructing on existing tools. 1.2 Project Description The Company has online database for processing data, messages, batch and manual data input processing. It has two integrations: Vertical integration where processing of data is done for office area (ERP) and Horizontal integration where archival of data of various archival system takes place. Databases include the open SQL database where process values, batch data and messages are stored. It provides client-server architecture for displaying data. Along with displaying of data, user can also evaluate data, analysis data and generate reports 1.3 Goals and Objectives The main goal of the Project Plan is to represent the complete detail needed to successfully deploy and manage the project, make possible communication among project stakeholders, and document describing approved schedule baselines. The project plan is a living document and is likely to vary over time as more information regarding project becomes available. The project goal – The project aims at upgrading the company’s information system infrastructure which provides data collection and analysis services. Following are the goals and objectives of project: • The goal of this project is to support the vision, mission, and goals of organization, helping people realize their visions through the use of information technology. • The project should help firm to achieve its goal of outstanding customer service. • The framework deliverable of project should avoid excess of detail to ensure mutual understanding, adoption and flexibility. • The deliverables of the project should be implemented organization wide, providing support to most of the assorted functional groups, customers and projects. 1.4 Scope Applications - In order to achieve its goals, company uses following tools: a) Data collection tools b) Web Analytics tool c) Resource tracking application Information System specialist will be responsible for carrying out these tasks. Sites - At offshore, data collection is being carried. Data processing and analysis is done at onsite. Project managers at both sites will prepare the project plan for their respective sites. Process Re-engineering - IT Re-engineering implementation can be divided into three phases: before the process is defined, during process designing and after the process is designed. Re-engineering will include defining new business opportunities by re-defining the processes, proficient database utilization and data mining. Information System Specialist will be responsible for it. Customization - Customizations will be limited to improvement of old hardware with new infrastructure. Network engineer along with Information System Specialist will be responsible for this task. Interfaces - The company’s IS has interfaces for evaluating data i.e. reports defined by users with MS Office (Excel and Microsoft word), standard components of software like Crystal reports and Business Objects. Licensed software will deal by the human resource team. Architecture – Application and technical architecture will be designed once the requirements are approved by the senior management. Application architecture: Technical architecture: Conversion - Since company is not very old, so all of the online data will need to be converted in new format as per the upgraded infrastructure. Testing - It will include integration testing, load testing, tuning and network testing Funding - It is limited to $1million Training - It w...
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