Precise coordination of your IT project

Change management

Better coordination of all participants: change management

Participants can be up to date with the current state of knowledge only if projects are controlled in a transparent manner. Only then all persons involved can contribute to your project sucess.

The change specialists take care that every party is informed, saves its data correctly before the switchover or pauses its system so that the switchover can be executed smoothly. These tasks require not only a precise organization and coordination but also individual commuinication with all affected users.

This is particularly difficult to manage in large projects. There are often problems with personnel resources or suitable software. This may jeopardises the success of the project.

Our team of change management specialists (ITIL) ease this job for you!

Change management


Organised processes and information

We observe your entire project according to the “salami strategy” and divide it into reasonable partial steps (bundles). All data is bundled, coordinated and executed on schedule. We analyse the applications from the source system accurately and observe, which applications, software, servers, paths, etc. are affected by a change. The affected users are informed in advance as to when they have to close or fill their applications or remove them from the network.
This task assignment is part of our detailed migration plan, which we coordinate with all participants in advance. It is therefore always up to date.

To ensure that everything runs smoothly, our change specialists carefully monitor the project progress and offer a reminder service or answer any questions if needed. We provide you with clarity and transparency at all times so that nothing can go wrong on the day of migration. change management can also be booked individually (independent of data migration).

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With your project will be right on target.

  • transparency
  • project acceptance among all participants
  • complete information
  • continuity
  • no additional internal manpower needed
  • one database as a source of information for everyone
  • quality improvement
  • speed gains