Simplifying the digital transformation journey, Processia proposes a PLM implementation program maximizing the return on investment (ROI) of its customer by deploying key added value features accelerating product development cycles. Processia’s program focuses on aligning business needs with PLM capabilities by improving business processes through best-practices approaches while limiting the application gaps and associated requirements for customizations. Implementation program is fed from (or includes) outcomes of Processia blueprint which is focused on implementation program definition.
Infrastructure sizing conducted based on true business needs accounting for future scalability
Putting up the infrastructure following key best practices and optimization plan for maximum performance
Maintenance and preventive plan for maximum up-time
Redundant systems for full control and data protection
Optional sizing of cloud environment for full system scalability
Seamless transition from blueprint projects to implementation
Agile, inspired implementation for quick return on investment, limited risk and improved visibility on changes
Efficient training tailored to business roles
On-site transition assistance
Clearly defined communication and adoption plan
KPI and KSF for success monitoring
Business centric PLM roadmap definition
Leading edge capabilities
Implementation program aligned with Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE product roadmap
FixPack deployment prior to final system validation increasing systems stability
Awareness and training sessions on latest available features and best practices
Continuous monitoring of solution gaps and mitigation
Full validation cycle including system unit, performance, regression testing and also business sprint validation, conference room pilot, UAT
Optional automated load testing simulating multi-geographic load distribution on 3DEXPERIENCE platform
Failover testing and restoration plan
Multi-phase migration approach
On-site go-live and user support
Vision and needs assessment
Requirements mapping to 3DEXPERIENCE
Gap-fit and mitigation with optimal ROI
High level design aligning process and tools
Data migration and systems integration planning
Roll-out and transition plan
Preparation and environment set-up
Processia productivity tools configuration
Continuous integration framework
Automated quality and testing tools
Web project portal
Infrastructure procurement (cloud or on-premise)
Deep-dive from the blueprint high level design
Leveraging best practices for “Baseline Behavior” and “Unified Typing” for scalable solution
Systems integration detailed design
Agile, inspired delivery and validation
Sprint Development Deliveries
Application configuration and customization overlay leveraging 3DEXPERIENCE best practices
Scalable, upgradable and quality code
Continuous integration for automated builds, nightly deployment and validation
Backlog and sprint status tracking through web portal
Solution quality state and trends visible 24/7 through web portal
Regularly scheduled deliveries for business validation and changes management
Processia proprietary well proven data migration toolset for ease of transformation
Pre-configured toolset for ease of data migration from File structure, ePDM, Smarteam, AutoDesk Vault, etc.
Bi-directional co-existence scenario supported for transition plan
Test campaigns scheduled and tracked with quality trend analysis in Web portal
Optional automated performance testing simulating various geographical distributed loads
Roll-Out and Optimize
Carefully planned roll-out and roll-back plans with step by step success criteria
Dry-run for predictable results and accurate logistics planning
Go-live event with “War Room” inspired on-site methodology for quick reactivity
Transition and HyperCare
Maintenance Plan and procedure hand-over
Shadowing transition period
Real-time issues tracking and prioritization
On-site user support
The project manager ensures the successful planning and the flawless execution to deliver on time and within budget.
The solution architect is responsible for analyzing and translating business information and technical requirements into the architecture and design of the solution.
The functional consultant documents the use cases, functional specifications, test plans and scenarios, and supports the customer’s end-users throughout the project implementation and deployment.
The software architect defines the software architecture enabling the successful implementation of the solution, such that it suits the business requirements and achieves the desired results under given constraints.
The infrastructure architect investigates and analyzes the feasibility of the system requirements, develops the targeted system specifications and is responsible for defining the right infrastructure to secure the deployment of the business solution implementation.
The system administrator performs the installation, administration and configuration of the required operating system, network servers and PLM related software for the realization of customer projects.
Processia bridges the PLM gaps: end-to-end integrated PLM offerings
Processia is partnering with its industry segment leading customers in their Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) transformation journey. From initial program definition to solution delivery and sustainment, Processia provides an end-to-end integrated PLM services offering.