AIM Processes


AIM Processes, askhareesh blog for Oracle Apps

1) Business process architecture (BP)
Business process architecture addresses the organization’s business processes and aligns them with the business requirement and applications to be implemented. High level process designs (BP0.070) and future process model (BP0.080) are a part of this.

2) Business requirements Definition (RD)
Business Requirements Definition defines the business needs that must be met by the implementation project .This is RD 0.020 which is the current business needs.

3) Business Requirement Mapping (BR)
Business requirement mapping compares the future business requirements to standard oracle application functionality and identifies the gaps. Business requirements scenarios (RD0.050) are then mapped to oracle functionality.

4) Application and Technical Architecture (TA)
During Application and Technical Architecture, the information systems are designed to reflect the business vision

5) Module Design and Build (MD)
Module design and build produces custom application extensions for gaps in functionality identified during BR.Custom application extensions include program modules( forms, reports, alerts and database triggers) that must be designed, built and tested before being transitioned in the new system.

6) Data Conversions (CV)
Data conversion defines the tasks and deliverable to convert legacy data to oracle application base tables.

7) Documentation (DO)
It defines the documentation requirements for the project and establishes which of the documentation tasks are required.

8) Business System Testing (TE)
Early in the project life-cycle, Business System Testing focuses on linking test requirements back to business requirements and securing project resources needed for testing.
Business System Testing provides a formal integrated approach to Testing

9) Performance Testing (PT)
Performance Testing enables you to define, build, and execute a performance test. The Performance Testing team defines the scope of testing and relates it to point-in-time snapshots of the transactions expected in the real production system

10) Adoption and Learning (AP)
Adoption and Learning establishes a measurement system that provides an evaluation of organizational performance to help make sure that expectations are met during implementation and after production cut-over

11) Production Migration (PM)
Production Migration moves the company, system, and people to the new enterprise system.

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