The Deployment Toolkit provides step-by-step instructions for deploying Logistimo in your existing supply chain environments. It breaks down deployment into 3 stages and guides you through the steps to be followed in each stage. In addition to serving as a process guide, the Toolkit provides reference documents and links that can be used during deployment.
With the help of the toolkit, you will be able to:- Identify gaps in planning a deployment. - Access templates for capturing relevant information. - Explore reference articles, guidelines, and best practices for deployment.
Stages of deployment
A deployment can be viewed as a project that goes through the stages of planning, executing and monitoring. The three stages are listed below:When using the Toolkit for the first time in a deployment, we recommend understanding all the stages prior to executing them. A deployment checklist has been provided which can be printed and used as a check point at different stages in the deployment. Figured out your deployment project already? Jump straight to our Knowledge base to learn about the product.
Assess existing supply chain structure and processes to identify features of Logistimo to adopt and to define the scope of deployment.
The steps in the planning stage include the following:1. Identify deployment objectives. 2. Study supply chain landscape. 3. Define scope of deployment. 4. Perform an infrastructure adequacy assessment. 5. Prepare for deployment. MORE
Piece together metadata, enable configurations and go-live with the deployment. The deployment stage is where the project is implemented and the tasks defined in the project plan are put into action.
The steps in the deployment stage include the following:1. Gather metadata. 2. Procure hardware. 3. Allocate human resources. 4. Configure the service. 5. Build a support system. 5. Train users. MORE
Post-deployment, metrics are monitored to continuously improve usage and enable greater impact.
Monitoring is an ongoing process, and steps in this stage include the following:1. Track progress. 2. Measure improvements. MORE