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SD 9.1: Contribution to Support for Introduction  

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    From Product to Methods Tool Req. Ext. Norms
    Activity State Chapter Title Activity State
    SD8 accepted Existing Operational Information:
    User Manual
    Diagnosis Manual
    Operator Manual
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    To support the introduction of the System, the following measures have to be realized.

    * Infrastructure

    The realization of all required infrastructure provisions is to be completed.

    * Training

    The realization of all required training measures is to be completed.

    * Staff

    The staff required for the application (e. g. system and user support, SWMM staff) has to be chosen and must be made available.

    * Organization

    The specification of the structure and process organization for the application must be completed, along with the integration of the future job sequences, into the corresponding regulations of the user.

    * Transition

    All measures required for the transition of the System into utilization must be defined and planned. They include:


    The documentation of the measures realized within the scope of the support for introduction is not regulated in the V-Model. If required, separate documents have to be generated on the various subjects (e. g. concept of the infrastructure, training concept, organization concept, transition plan).


    Role Participation
    Technical Author cooperating
    User cooperating
    System Administrator responsible

    Tools Requirements

    Being defined

    External Norms

    Being defined

    Links to the V-Model Mailinglist

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