Enterprise-wide Implementation.

Systems deployment depends equally on both customer and provider. PROMS understands that customers need a rapid implementation to conserve resources - people, time, and money. Therefore, collaboration between both partners is vital for a successful implementation - on time and within the target ed budget. To achieve this, PROMS sets aggressive yet realistic goals while firmly executing objectives within project timelines.

  • PROMS sets aggressive yet realistic goals while firmly executing objectives within project timelines.
  • PROMS industry expertise and knowledge enables easy adaptation to the printed circuit environment while fine-tuning to each customer management style of operation.
  • Delivering the best time-to-benefit solution for manufacturers, PROMS solutions contributes to speedy implementations with minimal risks to unpredictable costs.



Rapid Enterprise Deployment.
Through proven techniques, strong communication, and continual project focus, PROMS tailors the implementation life cycle to better fit your organization's requirements while delivering benefits sooner. Implementation completion and deployment objectives normally range between 30-90 days prior to going live. These estimated times are achievable, depending upon available customer resources, preparation, and commitment to ensuring project completion. Plus, PROMS implementation methodologies have been proven to ensure optimal solution deployment for large tier one to medium and smaller-scale businesses.



Implementation Team Structure.
PROMS offers a combination of knowledge, skills, and experience that can get your enterprise solution up and running - to your business goals as quickly as possible. PROMS can work with your team to develop an implementation strategy and plan that enables you to manage the project within business guidelines and objectives. The Implementation Team includes MIS Project Leaders and PROMS Implementation Leads. Project Leaders will work with PROMS to train Department Managers along with key Supervisors. These Department Leads (Managers/Supervisors) will then train their employees respectively.

Easy User Adaptation.
Solution training is a vital part of the implementation process. PROMS personalized training and interaction empower employees to become expert users while increasing their productivity and efficiency.

Live Business Simulation.
PROMS enterprise implementation encompasses several phases of deployment - simulation remaining one of the critical and final functions prior to 'Go-Live'. Simulation enables department employees to interact together as 'virtual' orders are initiated in the system and continues to take course to the final delivery process.
Solution Training and Adaptation.
Solution training is a vital part of the implementation process. PROMS personalized training and interaction empower employees to become expert users while increasing their productivity and efficiency.
  • Onsite Training or PROMS Training Center: Customers may opt to have training at their own facility (onsite) or at the PROMS Training Center.
  • Product Demonstration: PROMS will demonstrate the use of the system while Users follow along hands-on.
  • Simulation/Interactive Exercises: Simulation centers will be configured to begin simulating 'real' business systems usage in a test network environment.
  • Evaluation Follow Up: PROMS ensures proper systems usage through an evaluation process as well open Q&A sessions with each department.

Deployment and On-demand Training (as needed).
PROMS's Implementation support and services is the finest in the industry. Beginning at early deployment, customers benefit from convenient training sessions that are performed remotely (via Internet) or onsite at customer plant facilities. On-going training sessions may also be available to keep employees up-to-date on upgraded functionality as it relates to each department function.

Product Demonstration.
PROMS complete product run-through demonstrations enable customers to view the entire solution as it relates to business operations. Users are then encouraged to follow along as part of their hands-on experience.

Simulation/Interactive Exercises.
PROMS enterprise implementation encompasses several phases of deployment - simulation remaining one of the critical and final functions prior to 'Go-Live'. Simulation enables department employees to interact together as 'virtual' orders are initiated in the system and continues to take course to the final delivery process. This method allows companies to simulate a 'live' working environment within actual network settings.

Evaluation Follow Up.
PROMS ensures proper systems usage through an evaluation process as well open Q&A sessions with each department.
Implementation Guidelines.
  • Initial Implementation Q&A
  • Preliminary Re-Engineering Stage
  • Hardware/Platform Implementation
  • Enterprise Planning/Scope Pre-Implem. Documentation
  • Customer Target Objectives
  • System Concepts & Review
  • Pre-Implem. Systems Planning
  • Proof of Concept
  • Concept Approval (Final Sign-off)
  • Plant: ProCIM Installation
  • ProCIM Software Training I
  • 1st Q&A Session
  • ProCIM Software Training II
  • System Simulation I
  • 2nd Q&A Session
  • System Simulation II
  • Technical Support
  • Report Configuration
  • Plant: ProCIM GoLive Phase I