Implementing Your RightFIT Solution
Whether it’s green field or a rework to your existing operation, we understand how important it is to maintain communication and logistical coordination throughout your implementation. You’ll work directly with a Conveyco Project Manager who will be accountable to you and is responsible for the success of your project. Our project teams are comfortable with meeting tight deadlines, and we’ll do whatever it takes to exceed your expectations (and ours.)
Key Project Milestones & Components for the Build Process:
Kick of Project Meetings – At the very beginning of a project the, SOW and project schedule is reviewed with members of the project team. It is helpful to understand how information will flow during the project and be distributed among the team.
Project Management Methodology – Provide a clear understanding of the entire project scope. The project managers are skilled in all facets of every system that Conveyco builds. They implement, test and adjust the system until all products are running through it as designed.
Functional Definition Document – A document which is distributed, revised, and executed jointly by all members of the project team. This document will outline the operation of the system, how it interfaces, and deliverables by the client and integrator.
Change Control – This is the process by which changes can be proposed and made to the project. This process handles not only the financial considerations but also schedule impact and changes to the SOW.
Project Schedule and Critical Path – A Gant Chart is assembled showing all project milestones in a given project. This document includes tasks such as approvals, design phases, manufacturing, installation periods, debug, testing, training, and commissioning/support periods.
Test Plans – A written plan which will test the system both mechanically and each sub systems interaction with the host.
Acceptance Protocol – A written document which is prewritten, outlining the performance criteria the system must achieve in order for the system to be accepted and signed off by the customer.
Hand Over – The point at which the client is trained on the system from a operational, maintenance, and safety perspective so that they can use the system in live production.
Lifecycle Service Orientation – When spare parts are received on site prior to go live. They are categorized and each of them are reviewed with maintenance personnel.