We start from a checklist of features and options to make you aware of the richness of functionality available to you. This is followed up with a workshop to review your current processes and agree the best way to utilise your new system to support and improve those processes. We encourage involvement from all key stakeholders at this stage to ensure there are no surprises further into the project. Communication is key to managing the changes the LMS implementation will bring about.
Having agreed exactly what will be delivered, we then build your solution to include all your chosen options. This includes any customisations for branding, email content and so on. Any data imports you need will be checked to verify that they conform to the correct standards. We will then write a user acceptance test script to check that all your customisations are in place and functioning correctly.
Once the build is complete, the next step of the TMS or LMS implementation is to give you access to your solution on a test server and help you to familiarise yourself with it. We arrange a UAT session to ensure you are happy to sign off the project and are ready to move to the rollout.
A training session is conducted, usually over three days, for the key users. This will not only cover all the major functional areas, but also include guidance on how this will be used in conjunction with your processes. Once the training session is complete, we will make your solution available on the live environment, giving assistance as required with initial tasks and getting started. The LMS implementation team hand over to the support team so they are fully briefed on your solution and are able to support you from day one.
We will ask you to evaluate your training course and also the implementation project itself. As well as reviewing each project internally, we welcome feedback from our clients to help us to refine our processes. One you have had time to see the benefits you were looking for, we will discuss writing a case study to share your experiences with a wider audience.