Is your organization going through a software implementation? Do you have plans in place to ensure a successful rollout? Even if you have all the software and tools in place, the success of an IT project comes down to people. Make sure you don't waste time and valuable budget - equip your team with the knowledge and skills to ensure your software implementation is a success from the start. Watch our recorded webinar to learn more.
Discounted Successful Software Launch Package
Get the training you need for a successful software launch, now at a discounted price! One of the main reasons that projects fail is not understanding the needs of the business. Defining the business need correctly and pursuing a thorough analysis of the internal and external environments of the enterprise before choosing the solution is critical. Learn how to avoid the pitfall of jumping to a solution prior to a solid understanding of the opportunity or problem, how to write well-formed and validated requirements, understand the User Assessment process and the deliverables associated with UAT, and much more.
Get one enrollment in all three classes below for the discounted price of $3,999 (regularly priced at $4,785) per student!
Who should attend? Your business analysts, project managers, executives, project managers, and any business and IT stakeholders working with business analysts to manage software rollouts need this training to ensure a successful software launch.
Webinar Recording: Launch on Time, the First Time
Learn about the most important phases of the Software Development Life Cycle and the steps you need to take to ensure a successful software implementation. In this webinar, Pete O'Donnell, New Horizons Technical Instructor, gives an overview of:
- Three of the most important phases of the Software Development Life Cycle: Strategy/Planning Phase, Requirement Analysis Phase, and Testing Phase
- How to ensure your projects solve the problem while aligning to your organization’s goals and objectives
- How to gather and write requirements to bring business and technical stakeholders to a common understanding
- Why you should create user acceptance testing objectives and test cases to maximize the result of your project