The first step
Proof of Concept and creating a Project Initiation Document
The primary objective is to work together and come to a sound and well-founded project approach.
We generally start a potential collaboration by doing an assessment (Proof of Concept) and creating a Project Initiation Document (PID). This PID specifies the scope, configuration, schedule, and budgeting. This document will then serve as a decision document for possible implementation.
More than ICT
An ERP implementation also affects organization processes
The implementation of an ERP system is partly ICT and partly business management.
Successful implementation is more likely if business processes are clearly defined. What processes are there, who works with them, what is the function, and what other processes should they integrate with. After all, one of the main reasons for changing to an ERP system is the interaction between different business processes.
A pragmatic and firmly grounded approach
Our project approach is based on Agile and Prince2, but then as an instrument and not as means to an end.
Our project organisation is based on two principles: a proven methodology for approaching and carrying out an implementation project and excellent cooperation between all stakeholders. Working together, quality, and passion are key priorities of our approach. Business know-how, empathy, and knowledge of your processes is what characterises the people of B-informed. That's how we make the difference and how we impress.
Extensive collaboration to achieve something beautiful
Working together, quality, and passion form key priorities of our approach.
Our implementation methodology is targeted at achieving milestones. Everything is focused on achieving your goals in time, functionality, acceptance, and budget. Together with the entire organisation to achieve the desired result. Ensuring optimal performance together. That's what we aim for.
Your own wishes
Our developers create what you need based on an ROI
Good software blends with the environment. We develop that which really adds value to your organization.
Before developing customer-specific needs, we will work with you to first see what the consequences are, what the alternatives are, and what the benefits are. Preference must always be the default, unless it clearly adds value. In order to develop customer-specific needs in Odoo, we involve end-users at an early stage. We describe the processes, demands and wishes in a functional design. During development, we're constantly testing this with the users.
We give your people on-the-job training
Through our extensive practical experience, we know how to focus training on what is needed for everyday work.
The type of training will be tailored to your specific needs. Our experience shows that training on the job is the best result. That being the case, we're guiding employees in their day-to-day work or on a specific project. In other cases, it is more efficient to train a group of employees at once, zooming in on the general operation and application of Odoo, tips, and tricks, etc. This is combined with examples and exercises on day-to-day practice.
Go live with Odoo
Good preparation, hands-on guidance, and an intensive aftercare
Always an exciting moment. It will work with good real-time planning, acceptability testing, and the guarantee of hands-on guidance!
We set up a planning and going-live schedule, and if necessary a migration plan. This gives us a good understanding of the steps and risks of the going-live process. After an acceptability test, the going-live is scheduled and run according to the planning. The first weeks following the going-live are critical. During initial use, matters should always be identified and resolved as soon as possible. Despite testing, every live walk has points that no one has foreseen. Users accept them provided they resolve quickly and visibly.
After live optimization
The more you work with it, the more you discover what Odoo can still improve.
Are the processes running as expected? Where can more process-optimization or functional improvement be achieved?
After the first weeks, it is good to conduct an evaluation. Where are the processes running well and as expected, and where can we optimise them or make them run more smoothly in Odoo? Also, often small improvements can lead to greater user convenience, and which users can enjoy for years to come.