Implementation: Organizations can transition the management of its Flexible Work Arrangement Programs to one interactive, web-based site. To summarize our strategy, we have developed specific implementation plans for the Customization, Development, Implementation, and Maintenance Process.
Phase 1 – CUSTOMIZATION. Identify customization needs of the organization. This phase will require input from the organization to insure expectations are made clear and can be achieved.
Phase 2 – DEVELOPMENT. Program development, data assembly and testing phase of the project. Once the organization has performed a design review and decides on the exact functionality required, CLAS will test and generate installation programs for the system.
Phase 3 – IMPLEMENTATION. Deploy the developed product for testing and training. This will also include FWA administrator training needed for managing the FWA System.
Phase 4 – MAINTENANCE. Ongoing updates will be provided as well as any additional module programming or program features as required.
· Comprehensive Solution: In our experience we recognize that these processes are inter-related. CLAS is proposing a teaming arrangement because we believe this is the organization’s greatest opportunity to maintain a fully integrated solution. The interrelationship of each phase needs to be maintained in order to maximize efficiencies and service levels.
· Technical Specifications
§ System requirements: IBM PC - PIII, 400 Mhz or higher or compatible
§ Operating system: Windows 98, 2000, XP or NT, Vista
§ Program access: Internet Explorer 6.0+, Netscape 7.0, Mozilla or MAC Safari
§ System location: System is externally hosted
· Partial Client Listing
§ Johnson & Johnson
§ RSM McGladrey
§ Baptist Health South Florida
§ Rio Tinto