FlexiCadastre > User Requirements > Functional Requirements > Scoping

By: Spatial Dimension  11-11-2011

Since each FlexiCadastre implementation is unique, and will be tailored to the specific business requirements of the client, our projects typically kick off with a detailed Scoping Phase.

This phase will be used to engage with all key stakeholders, document the current and future solution states, confirm user and functional requirements, as well as finalise the project team, plan and budget. Key risks and project dependencies are also documented during this phase.

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FlexiCadastre > Land Management > Mining Cadastre > Turnkey > Implementation Services

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FlexiCadastre > Business Process Mapping > BPM > Design

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FlexiCadastre > Workflow > Configuration

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