The perfect introduction of Oroox
The introduction of Oroox is divided into 4 phases. In the implementation specification, the specific requirements are collected, analyzed and sharpened using best practice examples. During the implementation, the system is adapted by configuration and interfaces. The subsequent quality assurance ensures that logic and processes comply with the specifications. In the final going live, the individual Oroox service is launched.
The 4 phases of implementation
DETAILED IMPLEMENTATION SPECIFICATIONS
For specification, Oroox first checks the current status quo of the systems to be connected. In close cooperation with the company's experts, the system logic and the different routes to the stakeholders and interfaces to other IT systems are recorded. All company requirements are documented and coordinated.
After approval, the specifications are continuously transfered into the development process. Usually a large part of the implementation can already be covered by standard interfaces. If this is not the case in individual areas, the customer-specific requirements are extended by corresponding interfaces. All required interfaces, in particular to ERP or PLM systems, are configured to customer specifications. After implementation, the developed functional Oroox system is available.
Before final launch, the finished Oroox application is subjected to a series of quality assurance tests. Using standardized internal test procedures and customer-specific tests, Oroox checks whether the calculation logic and the processes meet the defined requirements. The type and scope of the test are determined in the specification phase and reported accordingly. The formal acceptance by the company marks the end of the quality inspection phase.
After the approval of the system, it is ensured that the internal responsible persons can administer the system to the full extent. In the going live phase, Oroox provides the company with comprehensive support.