Implementing PoC, also due to legacy systems, is complex.
A guide will suggest what implementation of new technology and its organisation-wide application may entail.
What’s the problem you’re trying to solve?
The way in which new technology can add value to an organisation, Proof of Concepts (PoC), is quickly identified. The problems arise during implementation. Organisations build on successful legacy systems from which it is subsequently difficult to separate. Another problem is evaluation of the success of a PoC in order to validate it or stop it in time.
What are your goals and milestones?
The team bets that a practical guidebook will be put into action by 1 April 2019, in order to solve the industrialisation of a PoC for easy integration into companies’ legacy systems.
What’s your approach?
With the advancing pace of technological change, a guide to the integration of new solutions and technologies into existing legacy systems is desirable. The guide will suggest what implementation of new technology and its organisation-wide application may entail, and how best practice in management should be adapted.
What’s the impact your aiming for?
On a small scale, PoCs are ideal in order to identify promising technologies and concepts. This guide, which provides practical guidance, can help organisations ensure that they do not miss out on new technologies and assist them in assessing whether an application makes sense, and if so how the new technology can be implemented quickly.