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Posts tagged with 'Process Model'

25 Jan, 2012

People who plan, prepare and perform.

Posted by Paul Johnston

Paul Johnston Here’s something new in this blog – a post I’ve mostly not written. Below is a response from Russell Forsyth on the subject of the how to get that “time to value” in an implementation which I addressed last time. He’s a Senior Consultant with Mentor Consulting Division Americas. We’ll try and keep this under 20,000 words by not going through Russ’ successes and accolades.   Russ has the view competent … Read More

Outsourced Integrated Electrical Systems Software, methods, pilot projects, Capital, CHS Tips and Tricks, Best Practice, Process Model, jumpstart engagements, Mentor Consulting, Training, Deployment, Implementation Projects

16 Jun, 2009

Paul Johnston The first principle I set out in the previous post which was essential for a good decision : “Adequate model of product and process.” “First”  meaning it was one of four that happened to come first. My conclusion was that all are essential and if you are compiling an RFQ and then thinking of running an evaluation project for a cabling and harness design system. You should place about equal importance … Read More

RFQ, Evaluation, CHS, Process Model, Harness Modeling

15 Jun, 2009

Paul Johnston Requests for Quotation, Requests for Information come the way of the sales force in Mentor Graphics frequently. Prospective customers ask for testimonials, competence, references and proof of functionality. Following on from my last posting here is what I found.  My experience, my analysis of the data. These requirements in total over all documents I reviewed show a very even split.  Hundreds of individual … Read More

Purchasing, Process Model, Request for Quotation, ROI, RFI, CHS, Evaluation, Interoperability, RFQ, Electrical CAD

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