To ensure that our projects are properly implemented and quality-assured, our consultants work accordning to a project methodology. The methodology consists of four phases:
In the preliminary study phase, we use the customer’s current situation as the starting point and work with them to determine the future situation. That way we can identify the process, system and organisational changes required to reach the target. We always start by using Primelog TMS’s standard functionality to ensure that the customer benefits as much as possible from the system’s standard processes. The preliminary study results in a recommended solution based on the customer’s specific needs.
Analysis and design
In the analysis and design phase, we analyse potential changes based on the preliminary study and map the identified work processes to see how they are supported by Primelog TMS. We also look more deeply into the technical solution, identifying the required integrations and how information should be transmitted to and from Primelog TMS. The analysis and design phase results in a detailed project plan for implementation and go-live.
In the implementation phase, Primelog TMS is configured based on the solution proposed in the previous phase. We implement the integrations we decided on. This phase concludes with Primelog TMS’s internal testing and preparations for go-live. Customer users are trained on the finalised solution in order to be able to perform acceptance tests.
In the go-live phase, users are ready to start using the system. Processes and work procedures have been clarified and the flow of information has started. The result of this phase is that the user and Primelog TMS customer will begin to benefit from the return on their investment.
With the overview that Primelog TMS provides, errors are easily and quickly detected, minor and major deviations can be distinguished, and they can be more quickly dealt with in the right order. Electronic communications with transport suppliers have also been made simpler.