What is meant by one full cycle implementation?

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  • Oct 30th, 2005

 An implementation of a project from the planning process to the code implementation stage and its original implementation at the customer site.

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  • Feb 6th, 2006


     A life cycle implementation consists of 5 stages.They are

1) Project Prepration

2) Business Blueprint

3) Realization

4) Final Preparation and

5) Go-Live and support.

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vineet dhawan

  • Nov 16th, 2006

the follwing are the stages is full life cycle implementation:

1)  Project Prepration

2)  Business Blue Prints

3)  Fit Gap Analysis

4)  Realization

5)  Go-Live

6)  Support


  • Apr 18th, 2007

One Full cycle Implementation means implementing the project start from Requirement gathering, Analysis, Solution design, Mapping and Implementing according to ASAP Methodology.

 ASAP methodology has Five Phases.

1. Project preperation
2. Business Blueprint
3. Implementation
4. Final preparation
5. Go Live and Support



  • Aug 21st, 2008

An implementation of project consists of five phases:

1.) Project Preparation : means define clear project objectives,rough draft of the project,appoint project team,process owners are allocated their objectives respectively,lasting throughout the project.

2.) Business Blue Print : gives the general idea of business scenarios,business process,process steps and requirement of sap solution implementation.

3.) Realization : design to configure 80% of your daily business transactions
and all of your master data and organizational structure.Fit-gap analysis takes
place i.e thinking analysis between sap and the client(for ex: a client needs generating a standard report making changes in logo etc.)

4.) Go-live Preparation : there are 3 steps Unit testing,Integration testing,User training.It is a process verifying software,a system or system components performs
its intended functions.

5.) Go-live and support : the aim is to ensure the system functions  as smoothly as possible to improve the performance of live R/3 system by preventing  system bottlenecks.


  • Oct 3rd, 2008

One full cycle implementation involves the initial Analisis of the old system to determine if it needs changes and what takes it place, design, development, implementation, user training, and evelustion:

1) System analysis
2) System design
3) Development
4) Implementation
5) Training
6) Evaluation

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