Having an idea is easy but starting the execution is the most difficult step. Because we care to make your idea a success we help you framing your project idea.

Gaining an early understanding of the project scope is important for moving the project forward.  As project managers, we must take the time and conduct the due diligence to understand the competing visions of the project.

The opportunity framing meeting outcome is intended to set the scene for the owner’s project management team to land on their feet running. It sets the objectives and boundaries for project team members to proceed without ambiguity.  Seeking early alignment on the scope helps to bring the stakeholders into a shared vision. Even agreeing to disagree early on can be an important step in establishing an environment of honest dialogue. Beginning the project with earnest inquiry.

Two main steps

System Design

In this phase, a designer takes the system-requirements document created in the previous phase and develops the specific technical details required for the system. It is in this phase that the business requirements are translated into specific technical requirements. The design for the user interface, database, data inputs and outputs, and reporting are developed here. The result of this phase is a system-design document. This document will have everything a programmer will need to actually create the system.



In this phase, one or more system analysts work with different stakeholder groups to determine the specific requirements for the new system. No programming is done in this step. Instead, procedures are documented, key players are interviewed, and data requirements are developed in order to get an overall picture of exactly what the system is supposed to do. The result of this phase is a system-requirements document.