Project Management

Realizing efficient and sustainable business solutions requires more than just implementing the software.

With our industry and process know-how from over 40 years, we offer you practical solutions for efficient and flexible process control during project implementation. Your process requirements and process flows are recorded and transferred into a custom-fit software solution for your company with our pre-built GUS-OS ERP solution kit.

In the implementation of our software solutions we adapt individually to your requirements and your company’s conditions. In doing so we offer several tried and tested approaches for project implementation:

Using our approach based on the agile V model, the high-quality standards are maintained. At the same time, the implementation in partial steps known as sprints allows us to be very flexible.

Olaf Buck, area manager for new customers, GUS Deutschland

V Model - Classic or Agile

The V model project approach is used wherever there are special requirements regarding the obligation to provide evidence such as the GAMP5 requirements for pharmaceutical companies. The requirements described in the customer’s or consultant’s specifications are analyzed in joint workshops and laid down in a target concept or specification that is the basis for implementation. An in-process risk analysis determines the scope and depth for quality assurance. As an extension to the phase-oriented approach, GUS has effectively combined agile elements with the classic V model.

Agile Project Implementation Methodology

An agile approach is suitable for companies that would like to be actively involved in the implementation and want to receive quick and “tangible” feedback on their requirements. Based on Scrum, product functionality is regularly provided and evaluated in a joint review. This approach proves itself wherever new, future-oriented business processes are planned and implemented that cannot be fully defined in advance.

QuickStart

For the fast and near-to-standard implementation at usually smaller medium-sized companies, we use the QuickStart method, which is aimed particularly at saving our customers’ resources. We start by briefly taking stock on-site of the processes and logistical structures involved. The ERP system is then installed and configured. After a joint trial run, a training in the software is given.

 

Which approach is appropriate for your company will depend on the business and organizational requirements that need to be taken into account. Feel free to contact us!