The Implementation Stage

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The Implementation Stage The purpose of this essay is to discuss about the implementation of the project. It is important to know and understand the six stages of implementation. In this situation you can see that the human resource system needs to be updated and that is where the implementation process goes in to play. Each of the stage’s activities would be used for its’ specifically planned for each situation. Then go into details about the benefits of using the defined and repeatable process for accomplishing the activities in the implementation stages. The six stages of implementation consists of; coding, testing, installation, documentation, training, and support.
The first activity in the implementation stage would be coding. This is also the stage where everything is evaluated. In this stage, one of the main portions is to find what the needs of the company are. Management would be able to point out what needs to be worked on. For example, they would point out that the login screen of the main page always gets a glitch and would lead you to another page that was not relevant to what you have clicked or picked.
The testing stage would be next after coding. During this stage, the components will be thoroughly tested before implementation. This stage is an important part of the implementation phase because testing is mandatory for almost everything that is doing through developmental changes. Without the testing stage we would not know where to begin fixing the problems because the testing stage would help locate any parts of the system that may need to be improved for changed. This testing stage will help save money in the long run. According to "Implementation Coding And Installation Of The Riordan Hr System" (2014),” In the case of fictional Riordan, come up with your own examples. Thinking about potential problems before they…...

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