How we deliver

“The one who turns the fastest is the one who wins”

Espen Grepperud, CEO

Think big, start Small, scale Fast

Before we begin the implementation process, it’s important to establish:

  • what your company’s pain points are
  • what your company’s needs are
  • what your company’s applications of Anaplan will be

Unlike similar solutions on the market, our program is unique in that it does not come as a fixed, rigid solution. The agility of the platform makes it possible to “go live” with one business area at first, and then add more areas and functionality at a later stage. This flexibility is one benefit that distinguishes Anaplan and Bluesprint from the competition.

Easy maintenance

We want your company to eventually own the solution yourself. It is therefore important to ensure user-friendliness, efficiency and easy maintenance.

People experienced with Microsoft Excel are able to quickly learn Anaplan modeling. Business users are essentially self-sufficient in creating and maintaining models and planning processes.

Own your data

To ensure long-term success it’s crucial for your company to understand how to obtain the most value from your data. With Anaplan you can easily comprehend, manage and own your data. This is an important part of maintaining usability and effectiveness.

Project phases

The Anaplan implementation process is six-phased.

  • Pre-Release
  • Foundation
  • Implementation
  • Testing
  • Deployment

The application of methodology can be described as an “end-to-end document”. It covers all major execution phases.

Changes to the project are easy to implement along the way — an obvious advantage when quickly and efficiently developing the best solution for your business.

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Pre-Release

High-level objectives, resource mix, and timeline are defined in a project Rough Cut and culminated in a signed Statement of Work (SOW).

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Foundation

Two fundamental planning phases, Project Planning and Sprint Planning, are critical to the “measure twice, cut once” philosophy.

Project Planning

Manifesto
Requirements
User Stories

Sprint Planning

User stories prioritized

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Implementation

User Stories in each Sprint Bucket are burnt down as we progress through each sprint.

Sprint

S1   S2   S3   S4

ASR + Test plan

 

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Testing

Each testing phase consists of parallel human and automated testing to stress test on user concurrency.

UAT 1

Fix

UAT 2

Auto test

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Deployment

There should be a clear communication plan, training of end users, documentation, post-go live support, and monitoring.

GA

Post Go-Live support

Pre-Release

High-level objectives, resource mix, and timeline are defined in a project Rough Cut and culminated in a signed Statement of Work (SOW).

read-more

Foundation

Two fundamental planning phases, Project Planning and Sprint Planning, are critical to the “measure twice, cut once” philosophy.

Project Planning

Manifesto
Requirements
User Stories

Sprint Planning

User stories prioritized

read-more

Implementation

User Stories in each Sprint Bucket are burnt down as we progress through each sprint.

Sprint

S1   S2   S3   S4

ASR + Test plan

 

read-more

Testing

Each testing phase consists of parallel human and automated testing to stress test on user concurrency.

UAT 1

Fix

UAT 2

Auto test

read-more

Deployment

There should be a clear communication plan, training of end users, documentation, post-go live support, and monitoring.

GA

Post Go-Live support

Pre-Release

High-level objectives, resource mix, and timeline are defined in a project Rough Cut and culminated in a signed Statement of Work (SOW).

read-more

Foundation

Two fundamental planning phases, Project Planning and Sprint Planning, are critical to the “measure twice, cut once” philosophy.

Project Planning

Manifesto
Requirements
User Stories

Sprint Planning

User stories prioritized

read-more

Implementation

User Stories in each Sprint Bucket are burnt down as we progress through each sprint.

Sprint

S1   S2   S3   S4

ASR + Test plan

 

read-more

Testing

Each testing phase consists of parallel human and automated testing to stress test on user concurrency.

UAT 1

Fix

UAT 2

Auto test

read-more

Deployment

There should be a clear communication plan, training of end users, documentation, post-go live support, and monitoring.

GA

Post Go-Live support

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