Design,Build CRM Implementation Project

Hi Friends,
                I have been involved in Project Realization stage.Now we have a
              requirement where in we need to design,build(IMPLEMENTATION)
              project.Please send me any documents and what to know before
              stating a project.My mail ID is <b>[email protected]</b>
Regards,
Jayapal Reddy.

Remo,
I believe every SAP CRM Implementation project would follow the ASAP methodology which is as follows:
Phase1: Project Preparation
The system landscape is set up, consultants are assigned. Project charter is created etc.
Phase2: Business Blueprint
The implementation consultants do a study of the clients business and learn how the processes/ cycles involved thru discussions, workshops etc
This is documented as an AS-IS document.
The clients business processes are then mapped on to SAP by the consultants.
This is documented as the TO-BE document
Gap Analysis is performed to identify any gaps between the AS-IS and TO-BE documents. i.e. something that the client wants but cannot be met thru SAP CRM. Then enhancements etc come into picture.
Phase3: Realization
The system is configured as per the TO-BE document. And the client is given for testing.
Phase4: Preparation for Go-LIve
Once the client confirms all the unit and integration tests, the master data needs to be uploaded. Other system checks by basis and SAP itself are performed.
Phase5: Go live and support
The project goes live and the consultants give a month's of hypercare or support.
Hope this is wat you were expecting.
Regards,
Julius
P.S: Reward if it helps.

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    Activity Sub-Activity Description
    Project preparation Craft solution vision Refine and communicate a SOLUTION VISION of the future-state of the SAP solution, to sketch a design that meets both business and financial requirements. The focus should be on the companyu2019s core business and how the SAP solution will better enable that core business to be successful.
    Design and initially staff the SAP TSO Design and staff the key positions of the SAP Technical Support Organization (TSO), the organization that is charged with addressing, designing, implementing and supporting the SAP solution.
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    Identify high availability and disaster recovery requirements Determine all HIGH AVAILABILITY and DISASTER RECOVERY REQUIREMENTS, to plan what to do with later downtime of the SAP system
    Engage SAP solution stack vendors Select the best SAP hardware and software technology partners for all layers and components of the SAP SOLUTION STACK, based on a side-by-side sizing comparison
    Staff TSO Staff the bulk of the TSO, i.e. fill the positions that directly support the near-term objectives of the implementation, which are to develop and begin installation/implementation of the SAP data center.
    Execute training Train the various members of the SAP TSO, like data center specialists, high availability specialist and network specialists and train the end-users to give all the required SAP knowledge and skills
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    Address SAP systems and operations management Create a foundation for the SAP systems management and SAP computer operations, by creating a SAP OPERATIONS MANUAL and by evaluating SAP management applications.
    Perform functional, integration and regression tests Test the SAP business processes, by executing functional tests to ensure that business processes work, integration tests to ensure that the organizationu2019s business processes work together with other business processes and regression tests to prove that a specific set of data and processes yield consistent and repeatable results.
    Final Preparation Perform systems and stress tests Plan, script, execute and monitor SAP STRESS TESTS, to see if the expectations of the end users, defined in service level agreements, will be met.
    Prepare for cutover Plan, prepare and execute the CUTOVER, by creating a CUTOVER PLAN that describes all cutover tasks that have to be performed before the actual go-live
    Go Live Turn on the SAP system for the end-users
    Hope this will help.
    Reward Point if helpful.
    Thanks,
    Raja

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