There are three phases to a Project Scoping. Onsite phases may be performed by a combination of meetings at the customer site, and/or video conferencing.
Phase I Information Collection
- Planning meeting to discuss project requirements and client objectives.
- Delivery of existing project documents (to RJB), including some or all of:
- User Requirements
- Functional Specifications
- Systems Analysis
- Architecture Description
- Application Design
- Database Descriptions
- On-site or video conference interviews with key personnel responsible for defining the nature of the system, which may include some or all of:
- Business Analysts
- System Architect
- Design Team
- Project Manager
- Senior Management
Phase II Information Analysis
- Off-site analysis of all information collected.
- Follow-up meetings or conference calls, as required, to verify information and assumptions.
- Preparation of Presentation of Findings documentation.
Phase III Presentation of Results
- Present findings, including:
- High Level Requirements and Objectives
- Recommended Approach
- Key Issues, Risks and Benefits
- Recommended Tools
- Proposed Project Team Roles & Responsibilities
- Project Schedule and Cost
- Review findings and solicit client feedback
- Confirm that client objectives have been met.