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Blueprint and ​Implementation

Blueprint and ​Implementation

Implementing 3DEXPERIENCE starts with a credible and holistic roadmap, considering associated interdependencies across PLM, ERP, MES and other domains, covering processes / data / people and platforms flows across the enterprise. A robust detailed implementation plan and execution framework are essential to ensure delivery success for organizations in “delivering value from the 3DEXPERIENCE platform”.

Based on scope and complexity, an upfront blueprint exercise might be required to perform the required risk assessments, define mitigation actions, workarounds and countermeasures, and validate the implementation budget envelope. This is an essential step to validate both business and technical assumptions, but also to drive the relevant business transformation and commercial mitigations.

PLM implementations are often referred as “discovery journeys” since detailed requirements can be identified late or as part of hand—on experimentations; hence the need to select the relevant agile or waterfall approach.

Key Benefits

Better development processes

Implementing enterprise processes and tools to enable the development of quality products, and bringing them faster to market

Robust planning and delivery

Driving the PLM implementation to-plan, on-quality and to-budget, with open and transparent change management

Effective platform adoption

Managing complexity while driving business transformation and technical complexity, from data migration to enterprise integration

Stakeholder expectation management

Building trusted advisory relationships with stakeholders at all levels, from key-users to C-level, and across technical and support teams

Delivery and business risk mitigation

Performing pragmatic discoveries and blueprint assessments, keeping the big picture in mind and planning accordingly

Effective value delivery

Managing business benefit realization throughout delivery, tracking potential implications to end-user experience and future cost of ownership

Capabilities & Solution Elements

Requirement cascade

Capturing and decomposing business requirements into exhaustive functional and non-functional, aligning initial storyboard and use case interpretations with detailed technical and business change requirements

Data continuity assessment

Understanding how the business operates, across multiple stakeholders, the modus operandi, associated processes, data flows, manual and automated interfaces across functions and enterprise platforms

L3-4-5 process re-engineering

Mapping and defining detailed business processes and associated methods; building and expanding on storyboard and high-level workflows with the required level of detail to drive low-level use cases and method implementation in 3DEXPERIENCE

HLD and detailed design

Interpreting business requirements and use cases into solution high-level design and documenting the detailed design specifications to implement and test every module and solution element required to ensure the business requirements are met

POC and prototyping

Experimenting implementation ideas or workarounds in order to assess feasibility and integrity; building solution prototypes, with technical and / or paper studies, driving risk mitigation assessment and providing recommendations for next steps

Platform personalization

Planning, designing and building platform configurations and system augmentations based on requirement trade-offs, governing non-invasive customizations, using approved APIs and connectors, aligning the platform authority of Dassault Systèmes

Deployment strategy

Building the relevant approach to change, release, migrate data or upgrade an application, platform or set of technical interfaces; drive business and technical interferences into a holistic strategy, including service transition to operations

Delivery model: Agile vs Waterfall

Selecting delivery and engagement models within the boundaries of the agreed scope and commercial model; driving phased and / or iterative implementation steps or sprint, leveraging either waterfall or agile / scrum / SAFe methodologies

Learning and Education

Building a body of knowledge to support both end-user and IT support functions in implementing, maintaining and educating the required functions; ensuring effective and consistent user education across the enterprise and supply chain


Infrastructure Architecture
Infrastructure Architecture
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.
Software Architecture
Software Architecture
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.
Functional Consulting
Functional Consulting
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.
Solution Architecture
Solution Architecture
The solution architect is responsible for analyzing and translating business information and technical requirements into the architecture and design of the solution.
Project management
Project management
The project manager ensures the successful planning and the flawless execution to deliver on time and within budget.
Software Development
Software Development
The software developer is involved in the definition, design, implementation, documentation, integration, testing, and support of reliable and reusable software solutions, addressing functional and business requirements alike.

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