Site Survey & System Architecture: Understanding the current systems
- What systems are in place?
- What is the primary purpose/function of those systems?
- How effective are the current systems?
- What opportunities exist to leverage work across multiple applications and facilities?
- What are the primary needs of the different departments and facilities?
- What needs are being met with the current systems?
- What are the most critical needs to address?
- What changes, additions, subtractions need to happen?
- What integration work should be done to provide better access to data?
- What technology fits where? (bar code, passive RFID, active RFID, RTLS)
- What should be done to leverage work across multiple applications and facilities?
- What building blocks are needed and when?
- What skills are needed?
- Who can provide those skills cost effectively?
- What is the nature of the systems we are to integrate with?
- What is the scope of data exchange required between the systems?
- What support and assistance can we provide?
- What is the available time scale for the deployment, what else may hinge on this project?
- What are the key milestones, dependencies, stages, risks, opportunities and goals for the project?
- Who are the key stakeholders in the project?
- What resources, skills and equipment are needed to execute the project?
- What risk mitigation strategies can be employed to ensure the project is completed on time and within budget?
- Who will comprise the project management team between RFind and our customer?
- How can we leverage our technology and resources to ensure the quickest deployment?
- How can the site survey data be translated into a comprehensive deployment manual?
- What supply schedule is needed to ensure that all required products are delivered on time?
- How to ensure that the best project management processes are used to manage the deployment?
- Who will need training and support during each stage of the project?
- What level of post-sales support and ongoing training is needed?
- How will training and support be most effectively delivered, keeping costs to a minimum? We can come to you, or you can come to us.