the basic objective of the project. Implementation implies that not only has the system been installed, tested, and rolled out; it also means that users have been trained and sign-off is complete.
System development phase in which components of the system are acquired, installed, and tested.
The installation of new databases, application programs, manual procedures, and training sessions.
Implementation begins with installation, but includes longer-term, broader actions, such as customizing or modifying the technology for a local site or service, training of staff and professionals, and transitional technical support. See Appendix G for more details.
The exercise of installing a process in an organization, with a defined schedule and a defined budget.
The installation of new databases, application programs, and the adoption of new manual procedures.
The activities involved in converting an idea into a working computer system. This includes all activities from analysis to hardware installation, integration and operation.
The process of installing plant materials and hard-goods into the landscape. Landscape implementation is carried out according to the completed landscape design.
Installing and testing the final system, usually at the user (field) site; the process of installing the system.
The installation of an increment of the data warehouse solution that is complete, tested, operational, and ready. An implementation includes all necessary software, hardware, documentation, and all required data.
The act of installing a system into operation. It concludes the system project with the exception of appropriate follow-up or post-installation review.