Project Deliverable 1: Project Plan Inception
CIS 590 Directed Research Project
Our company Wireless Software Inc. is an innovative Internet-based company with gross revenues of more than $35 million dollars per year. Our company will be merging with a multinational company Skyguard Software Inc. of equal size, as a result of merging it produced Navitech Software Inc and we will be responsible for developing a project plan to strategically integrate all systems, including databases and infrastructure. Navitech Software Inc. global enterprise operations would provide best software products that will benefit to both companies. This report presents recommendations that allow Navitech Software Inc. to remain successful for years to come. The network design must keep pace with the new techniques and applications and let organizations increase revenue reduce operational costs and communicate more effectively with customers. Current state information
Our company Wireless Software Inc. is an IT company having twenty five employees. They are Project members, Project manager, IT managers, software developers, sales and Marketing persons, People in other development departments. We have started to use a new technology and need guidance. We actually tried to develop our own process, but were overwhelmed by the task. We simply couldn't afford to develop and maintain it. So we want to merge with another equal size company. We have a team of 5 super-bright programmers who know our technology very well, and how to apply it to this new business of ours. We create the core of the software, we make it flexible, high quality, robust and our development process is agile, we have high velocity and features are going in at rapid pace. They still know the core application very well and how to expand on functionality. Now we have operational systems and relational databases but desire to expand into data warehousing. Now we have number of terminals are...
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