Integrating business applications through upgrades and support services can take your company to the next level. Doing so will get rid of errors and boost the efficiency of your employees.John Adams IT uses a unique approach when it comes to conducting project integrations. Most firms choose either a waterfall or an agile method. We choose both. Why? Because both ways provide benefits that assist our diverse range of clients. Our hybrid approach ensures that people of all skill levels can see results. We even use a unique review process for deliverables, making managing any project a piece of cake. Our agile approach reinforces a flexible, iterative development cycle in which a client’s staff can give us feedback at any moment.We are combining waterfall and agile methods works in a company’s favor because we provide complete lifecycle implementations, 24/7 support, and regular upgrades. What is the result? The most high-quality output possible in which projects are delivered at a swift pace.
The 7 Steps of John Adams IT’s Application Integration Approach
1) The discovery phase.Our team’s initial step toward developing a project is always to determine the project’s key expectations and purpose. Two deliverables are often involved during this step. The first is a PP (Project Plan), and the second is a BRD (Business Requirements Document).2) The design phase.Where our team creates essential features such as project success criteria and the unique structure, the team also focuses on current vs. future state visualized process mapping. The main deliverable here is the SDD (Solution Design Document.)3) Development begins.Now that the project plan is complete, it’s time to turn the words into important actions. Those actions include data migration, custom development, security measures, integration, and configuration. The John Adams IT staff takes a sprint-based approach with this step to deliver visual validation to every client.4) UAT: User Acceptance Testing.What is UAT? It is a form of application testing that applies to end-users. This method of testing often features business-specific scenarios and mock-scripts. UAT is what guides our team to determine if a client’s software is ready to handle routine tasks.5) The training process.John Adams IT offers two types of training. 1. TTT: Train the Trainer is designed to assist end-users in navigating the platform. 2. AT: Administrator Training. The purpose of AT is to help system administrators set up and configure the platform.6) The deployment phase.This is where our client’s customers can finally start using the developed product. All pre-deployment factors are featured here. These include smoke testing, user system access setup, final data migration, configuration deployment, and code deployment.7) Ongoing support.John Adams IT prides itself on providing 24/7 support to every single client. That is why this is always the final phase of implementation. Our team of experts will troubleshoot problems and help system administrators with tasks such as enhancement requests and ongoing training.