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Methodology


Deploy­ment methodology

A pro­ject lives through its team pro­ject. It also brings toge­ther many ALOER resources com­petent and mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­na­ry resources of your company. 

The pro­ject team aims to manage and deli­ver the pro­ject to com­ple­tion. Thus, from the stu­dy phase to the start-up assis­tance , the pro­ject team is rigo­rous­ly invol­ved in ope­ra­tions and pro­ject management. 

Depen­ding on the type of pro­ject, the metho­do­lo­gy applied ALOER OPIM (One Point Imple­men­ta­tion Methodology). 

The strength of the OPIM metho­do­lo­gy lies in its abi­li­ty to adapt to cus­to­mer context, the imple­men­ted solu­tion (ERP, SCM), constraints and objec­tives of the project . 

It also relies on pro­ject plan­ning and know­ledge trans­fer , dead­lines res­pect of wages and owner­ship of the soft­ware by our customers . 

Its imple­men­ta­tion is concei­ved most­ly in 5 steps grou­ped into 3 phases :

Inte­gra­tion

This phase cor­res­ponds to the steps of the metho­do­lo­gy OPIM : 

  • Ini­tia­li­za­tion ( Ini­tiate )
  • Desi­gn ( Design) 
Construc­tion of the solution

This phase cor­res­ponds to the next stage of the metho­do­lo­gy OPIM : 

  • Construc­tion (Build )
  • Into pro­duc­tion
Into pro­duc­tion

This phase cor­res­ponds to the steps of the metho­do­lo­gy OnePoint : 

  • Deploy­ment ( Deploy )
  • Clo­sure ( Closure ) 

In addi­tion, pro­ject mana­ge­ment allows the mana­ge­ment and the smooth run­ning of each stage and their recipe and vali­da­tion at stee­ring committees.