ERP Upgrade & Migration Cutover projects are complex and the planning stage is much longer than the execution stage. FlowWright’s Cutover Project Management solution provides intuitive planning tools for team's at all stages.
Binding execution to the plan so that all team members know what they need to do in real time: email and text notifications, ability to require acknowledgement of tasks, and escalation can be built into tasks.
Users can see their own tasks and those that will be assigned in the future. Cutover Managers can re-assign tasks as needed. Your Cutover Strategy &Plan doesn't have to be complex.
Managers and project members can see the Cutover Strategy and Plan, with execution data - including deviation information - instantly.
At any time, the Cutover Plan can be rendered into MS Project, MS Excel, or into a Gantt chart. View your ERP Upgrade/Cutover Strategy using standard tools.
See progress in terms of tasks per unit time (actual versus projected) or in terms of other measures that you may choose (man-hours versus earned value.) Get a real-time view of the Cutover Migration.
FlowWright customers say that the ability to tie cutover strategy and ERP cutover plans to actual execution - to bind tasks to people and get realtime feedback and status - makes all the difference in their ability to understand their projects’ progress and status, as well as their ability to report accurately to executive management. And, just as importantly, they now have the confidence that if risks do manifest then mitigation plans can be implemented as soon as possible.
FlowWright Customers say that they primarily use task management features and in-progress workflow rendering to manage their projects. But, the ability to instantly generate projects (plans or in-progress executions) into MS Project or into MS Excel - or to render their ERP project plans into a thin-client Gantt chart - is helpful in the event that executive management requires these formats as a part of hourly or daily reports.
FlowWright Customers appreciate the ability to take an ERP cutover plan that they built in MS Project or MS Excel and import that into FlowWright’s Project Management Application. From that point forward, the cutover strategy is readily optimized and bound to the project participants and activities. There is no longer a gap that time and tasks can fall through - and the likelihood of project success is optimized.