Flexible and clearly structured
Step 1: High-level business case
Together with our customers, we identify and create business cases to generate concrete and measurable added value. For us, understanding the current situation and the pain points and challenges of the customer. Only in this way can we define the strategic target of the IoT project. This usually happens in the course of design thinking workshops. There we map out together ideas and possible solutions, making sure that we end up with a project, that brings you real added value and concrete benefits.
Step 2: Definition of the use case
As soon as a concrete business case is defined, it is about clarifying the detailed requirements. We take a detailed look at your existing systems in order to understand all relevant processes, dependencies, interfaces, etc. At this stage, we create the first rough concepts for the technical implementation of the project and evaluate which All for One products or solutions could be used and which individual adjustments are needed.
Step 3: Prototyping (PoC)
Based on the use case, the rough concepts are refined and critical requirements or components are identified. From this we derive a detailed implementation concept, which is checked by realizing a concrete prototype, a PoC (Proof of Concept). The focus here is on the critical components and the interaction of the new components with existing products.
Step 4: MVP and go-live
After the prototype has been developed and validated, you can build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) with basic but central functionalities. This product or solution is installed either on a live or demo system and tested with early customers. The MVP reduces the time-to-market and provides you with a first market feedback for the product or solution based on field tests with real users.
Step 5: Operation and extension
After the MVP has provided the first results on the market and from users, further functionalities and improvements will gradually added. At this stage support and service themes are put on the agenda. Here, too, we bring in the full competence of the All for One Group, ready to accompany you in the long term.
Change management is a relevant topic in all five phases of our model. In addition to the technical aspects, the goal here is also to involve employees, management and the organization as such in the new IoT project. Often there are concerns in from different departments or there are uncertainties about the effects of the digitization project. Therefore, the respective stakeholders must be addressed in the right way and integrated in the IoT project from the very beginning onwards.
The topic of change management is covered by the respective experts in the All for One Group, offering you a one-stop solution.