When you’re ready to begin implementing TiTAN Ops into your business, it may be time to turn to the experts.
Once your business seems to be ready (from a tech and organizational standpoint), it’s time to start creating and integrating.
The most important factors are to start small. Have concrete project goals, and (most importantly), be aware of what you do and don’t know about the application.
Here’s where bringing in some outside experts can be most valuable.
You won’t need a lot of time for a first project. Usually, two to three months. The goal will be to bring internal and external people together in a small team, maybe four to five people, and that tighter time frame will keep the team focused on straightforward goals.
After the pilot is completed, you should be able to decide what the longer-term, more elaborate project will be and whether the value proposition of TiTAN Ops makes sense for your business.
It’s also important that expertise from both sides—the people who know everything about the business and the people who know everything about TiTAN Ops—are merged on your pilot project team.
Next, you’ll want to create a task force.
Before you start a project, you need to clean up your data and avoid a “garbage in/garbage out” situation.
Internal corporate data is typically spread out. Usually in different legacy systems or in multiple data silos. It may even be in the hands of different business groups with different priorities.
Therefore, a very important step toward obtaining high-quality data is to form a task force. Integrate different data sets together, and sort out inconsistencies so that the data is accurate and rich, with all the right dimensions required for efficient use of TiTAN Ops.
This task force will help you implement your plans for the application and get your information cleaned up and tidy so TiTAN Ops can use it effectively.
And finally, start off slow and steady!
Don’t bite off more than you can chew with TiTAN Ops. We'll help you avoid this by integrating the application to different aspects of your business, one at a time. Instead of trying to take on too much all at once.