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B ANKING I NFORMATION S YSTEMS L ECTURE 9
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Make or Buy Selection Implementation Operation Phase 3: Implementation
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Phase 3: Implementation Methodology To implement the package on a solid basis, the best option is to use a structured approach based on best practices. RAPID - Redesign through Application Package Iterative Development MIR - Multi-site Implementation and Roll out
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RAPID This method is intended to be used on projects where a significant degree of redesign around core/strategic processes is desired, with a package serving as a primary enabler of that effort. At this point, the package has already been selected. The method includes comprehensive guidance to deal with the organization design and change management issues inherent in a package-based engagement.
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RAPID Advantages 1. RAPID is a comprehensive and covering all aspects of a large package implementation, where the package is seen as an enabler of business change. 2. The main characteristic is its business-oriented approach towards large-scale IT projects. 3. RAPID integrates people, processes, and technology aspects within its main phases.
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  • Spring '15
  • Business process outsourcing, transaction bank, External Entity, internal production, moves operations, Application Package Iterative

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