Off The Shelf Software Solutions: eIMS

EIMS forces resolutions by making issues highly visible and getting the right people on the job through the customizable and secure Corrective Action module. It provides a systematic approach for documenting your corrective actions and including everybody in your process. EIMS will even help you achieve compliance with any standard including the latest ISO 9001:2000 standard through the powerful functionality of its modules.

 

 

Online Learning Portal

Online Learning Portal is a system that help to smoothen after class learning process. Learning after class is important to ensure that learning curve of the student is always increasing. During class session, some of the information given through lecture is not 100% captured. By using online learning portal, student can access the system and get the notes, presentation slide used in the class session.

As an example, this system can be used to create a pop quiz, have an interaction/communication with instructor after class. This learning portal also can be a medium for any announcement for the class.

 

 

Process Analysis & Requirements Specifications

  • It is now more than essential for businesses to be successful by having IT/ Technology support. The achievement of your organization strategy through efficient and customer focused daily operations will be the main driver of IT implementation.
  • It is important to evaluate whether your IT Implementation are Transformational in nature. If it is, then the best way forward to meet transformation objective is through a robust process analysis/ business process re-engineering which will act as the basis for the system requirement definition.
  • We at Genaxis provides a team of experienced consultants from various industries to work with you to assist in establishing current and future business requirements.
  • Analyzing your current business processes will enable us to identify opportunities for process improvement through work practice changes and IT systems enhancements. Working together we assess whether your current systems and hardware deployment will meet ongoing business needs:
    • Will it be necessary to introduce system changes?
    • Will these changes involve development of existing systems, implementation of new systems or a mixture of both?
    • Whether your organisation needs an entirely new system, or to develop existing ones, our team of experience consultant’s will be able to guide you successfully using our proven procedure.

Our expertise will help you minimise the following common mistakes in IT implementation:

  • Generalization of specifications during Request for Proposal stage
  • Assumptions by vendors may lead to additional cost which may not be necessary
  • Reduce time of requirement gathering and the business requirement and system requirement specifications are clearly defined.
  • Allow for POC to be delivered as requirements are explicit.
  • Fast track implementation time and reduce variation from scope of work

Our expertise will help you minimise the following common mistakes in IT implementation:

  • Generalization of specifications during Request for Proposal stage
  • Assumptions by vendors may lead to additional cost which may not be necessary
  • Reduce time of requirement gathering and the business requirement and system requirement specifications are clearly defined.
  • Allow for POC to be delivered as requirements are explicit.
  • Fast track implementation time and reduce variation from scope of work

STEP 1

DEVELOP A BUSINESS CASE

A business case should consider ROI and internal resources. There should be a clear business benefit to implementing the new system, whether it be better operating efficiencies, better insight and analysis or even a technological advantage such as mobility.

STEP 2

IDENTIFY STAKEHOLDERS

Stakeholders will be the champions of the system. If they are invested in the process, they will nurture the system to success. It is also critical to ensure that one or more of the stakeholders will be an end user of the system – the real measure of business software success are the happy hands of keyboards.

STEP 3

THE PROCESS ANALYSIS

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An analysis of As-Is process to eliminate non value added steps and over-processing.

This will result in new engineered process that will reduce process cycle time and resources.

Our business analyst consultant, along with one or more of your internal team will Identify all the critical functionality requirements of the new system. Each functional point will be matched against a real business requirement and the process will involve team members who will be directly affected by the new system implementation.

STEP 4

SCOPING THE DESIGN

The objective here is to document what system features and functionality will be delivered for the implementation. It can include ‘future’ or ‘next phase’ features, however it will ultimately needs to clearly outline what features will be delivered immediately as part of the current implementation.

STEP 5

SELECTING THE RIGHT EXPERTS

Implementing complex business systems takes a high degree of focus and expertise. It is critical to ensure you have one or more team members who have had experience implementing modern business systems. They should also possess outstanding business analysis and communication skills.