All of our projects are implemented using LambTec’s proven methodology. We have combined 13 years of successful project implementations, with Microsoft SureStep and the Project Management Institutes best practices, to provide our customers with a “best of breed” implementation methodology.

LambTec’s implementation methodology allows us to:

Reduce risks during implementation

Implement faster

Maximize the ROI (Return On Investment)

LambTec’s Proven Methodology

1 - The Diagnostic

     The Diagnostic phase is used to gather enough information to identify and/or review the high-level requirements and selected business processes
     and to define the high-level project charter and make a confident proposal for the implementation phases.

2 - The Analysis

     The Analysis phase represents the official start of the implementation. This phase defines the activities required to initiate and effectively plan
     the entire project.

3 - The Design

     Defines how the business requirements will be implemented. The phase includes configuration of the overall Microsoft Dynamics solution and the
     design of specific customizations needed to satisfy business requirements identified during the Analysis phase. The customizations can range from
     simple user interface or report modifications to moderate-to-complex functionality additions or modifications. Customizations may also include the
     integrations and interfaces and data migration elements required to support the requirements.

4 - The Development

     The goal of the Development phase is to build and test the system components defined and approved in the design specifications, including
     developing the customizations, integrations and interfaces, and data migration processes. The major deliverables include the complete system
     configuration, completion and freezing of code for customizations, integrations and interfaces, and data migration.

5 - The Deployment

     The Deployment phase is where all the efforts of the project team come together for a successful transition to the new Microsoft Dynamics™
     solution. Key activities in this phase include End User Training, User Acceptance Testing, and the actual cutover to the new or upgraded production

6 - Operation

     The Operation phase defines the activities required to close the project, provide post-production support, and transition the solution and knowledge
     to the customer. Key objectives of this phase include providing post–go-live support, transitioning the solution to support, performing a final quality
      audit, and project closure.