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AIM documents mapped to project stages?: [message #324372] Mon, 02 June 2008 03:48 Go to next message
tovia123
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Registered: May 2008
Location: UK
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Hi

Great website, never been here beofore no wmy weekends will be here , lol,

Ok Aim documents are as follows:

Business Process Architecture (BP)

BP.010 Define Business and Process Strategy
BP.020 Catalog and Analyze Potential Changes
BP.030 Determine Data Gathering Requirements
BP.040 Develop Current Process Model
BP.050 Review Leading Practices
BP.060 Develop High-Level Process Vision
BP.070 Develop High-Level Process Design
BP.080 Develop Future Process Model
BP.090 Document Business Procedure


Business Requirements Definition (RD)

RD.010 Identify Current Financial and Operating Structure
RD.020 Conduct Current Business Baseline
RD.030 Establish Process and Mapping Summary
RD.040 Gather Business Volumes and Metrics
RD.050 Gather Business Requirements
RD.060 Determine Audit and Control Requirements
RD.070 Identify Business Availability Requirements
RD.080 Identify Reporting and Information Access Requirements


Business Requirements Mapping

BR.010 Analyze High-Level Gaps
BR.020 Prepare mapping environment
BR.030 Map Business requirements
BR.040 Map Business Data
BR.050 Conduct Integration Fit Analysis
BR.060 Create Information Model
BR.070 Create Reporting Fit Analysis
BR.080 Test Business Solutions
BR.090 Confirm Integrated Business Solutions
BR.100 Define Applications Setup
BR.110 Define security Profiles


Application and Technical Architecture (TA)

TA.010 Define Architecture Requirements and Strategy
TA.020 Identify Current Technical Architecture
TA.030 Develop Preliminary Conceptual Architecture
TA.040 Define Application Architecture
TA.050 Define System Availability Strategy
TA.060 Define Reporting and Information Access Strategy
TA.070 Revise Conceptual Architecture
TA.080 Define Application Security Architecture
TA.090 Define Application and Database Server Archtecture
TA.100 Define and Propose Architecture Subsystems
TA.110 Define System Capacity Plan
TA.120 Define Platform and Network Architecture
TA.130 Define Application Deployment Plan
TA.140 Assess Performance Risks
TA.150 Define System Management Procedures


Module Design and Build (MD)

MD.010 Define Application Extension Strategy
MD.020 Define and estimate application extensions
MD.030 Define design standards
MD.040 Define Build Standards
MD.050 Create Application extensions functional design
MD.060 Design Database extensions
MD.070 Create Application extensions technical design
MD.080 Review functional and Technical designs
MD.090 Prepare Development environment
MD.100 Create Database extensions
MD.110 Create Application extension modules
MD.120 Create Installation routines


Data Conversion (CV)

CV.010 Define data conversion requirements and strategy
CV.020 Define Conversion standards
CV.030 Prepare conversion environment
CV.040 Perform conversion data mapping
CV.050 Define manual conversion procedures
CV.060 Design conversion programs
CV.070 Prepare conversion test plans
CV.080 Develop conversion programs
CV.090 Perform conversion unit tests
CV.100 Perform conversion business objects
CV.110 Perform conversion validation tests
CV.120 Install conversion programs
CV.130 Convert and verify data

Documentation (DO)

DO.010 Define documentation requirements and strategy
DO.020 Define Documentation standards and procedures
DO.030 Prepare glossary
DO.040 Prepare documentation environment
DO.050 Produce documentation prototypes and templates
DO.060 Publish user reference manual
DO.070 Publish user guide
DO.080 Publish technical reference manual
DO.090 Publish system management guide


Business System Testing (TE)

TE.010 Define testing requirements and strategy
TE.020 Develop unit test script
TE.030 Develop link test script
TE.040 Develop system test script
TE.050 Develop systems integration test script
TE.060 Prepare testing environments
TE.070 Perform unit test
TE.080 Perform link test
TE.090 perform installation test
TE.100 Prepare key users for testing
TE.110 Perform system test
TE.120 Perform systems integration test
TE.130 Perform Acceptance test

1. But how does the above aim documents list map to 9 below, i can’t see br120 in the aim list, please map all as I am confused so many documents above, I thought br120 was System analysis, which md50 and 60 are based on.

1. Project Planning and mgmt -
2. Business Requirements Analisys - BR 120
3. Business Process Improvment
4. Application Setup And Configuration - BR 100
5. Data Conversion
6. Customizations
7. Module Implementation
8. Database Administration
9. Trainings

2. Also:
MD = module design
BP = business process
BR = ?
TE = ?
CV = ?

Thanks in advance

Tovia Singer
Oracle Consultant
Re: AIM documents mapped to project stages?: [message #324453 is a reply to message #324372] Mon, 02 June 2008 09:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
jayaharan76
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Registered: June 2006
Location: BANGALORE
Member



Hi,

BR Means Business Requirement (Mostly setup document)
TE Means Testing Phase documents
CV Means Conversion Strategy

HTH
Jay
Re: AIM documents mapped to project stages?: [message #526130 is a reply to message #324453] Sat, 08 October 2011 11:36 Go to previous message
tovia123
Messages: 7
Registered: May 2008
Location: UK
Junior Member
Hi Jay

Thanks for that Jay your more help than my boyfriend!
He's a techie and doesnt know AIM.

In recent interview I was asked about project deliverables that I have done as a functional consultant.

So I said:

BP30
MD50 - High level design
BR100 - setup Doc

But I did say that AIm isn't followed religiously.

I was then asked what about br120, and GAP analysis, and I didn't know which documents they where.

What are those two:
br120
GAP analysis docs in aim

?

Tovia
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