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Project Methodology

PROJECT METHODOLOGY

All of our projects follow a proven process to ensure they are completed on time, on budget and to customer expectations. Our project methodology is based on real-world experience and ensures open communication, so all those involved have an up-to-date understanding of each other’s expectations and responsibilities. Our methodology helps us complete projects faster, so you are up and running sooner and have less downtime during any upgrade.

In Phase B, the system is engineered and all components are procured, assembled and tested. It is shipped to the customer.

Step 5

the-pointACCEPTANCE PLANNING

Step 5

This step answers the question: “How will we know that we have delivered what we said we would deliver, and that you are satisfied?” In this phase we spell out the detailed criteria we will use to measure project completion and create tests that will be performed to confirm proper operation and performance. We work with you to ensure alignment between us.

Step 6

the-pointSYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

Step 6

We develop the software and hardware configurations for the final system. This phase involves programming and various tests to make sure the various parts of the system are working as they are developed. This step is often performed concurrently with Step 7.

Step 7

the-pointHARDWARE PROCUREMENT & ASSEMBLY

Step 7

All required materials are procured, although items with a long lead time will have been ordered previously. We assemble all panels. This is often done at the same time as the previous step.

Step 8

the-pointHARDWARE QUALITY CONTROL

Step 8

Once the hardware has been fully assembled, we do a detailed quality-control inspection, ensuring correct wiring and neat, visually pleasing assembly. We believe the visual impression our work leaves is just as important as the technical accuracy of our wiring.

Step 9

the-pointFACTORY ACCEPTANCE TESTING

Step 9

Hardware and software are tested internally for functionality, and the whole system is reviewed to ensure all components function properly together. When we have determined for ourselves that the system meets or exceeds the project requirements, we perform the Factory Acceptance Test with someone who is authorized to accept or reject the system.

Step 10

the-pointSHIPMENT

Step 10

When the system has passed Factory Acceptance Testing, it is ready for shipment. The type of packaging or crating depends on how it is being transported and where it is going. We work closely with you to arrange shipping, per requirements that were identified during Step 2.

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