Implementation Audit

An implementation audit is like a health check up; a regular screening identifies the potentially significant issues early and lets you act on those. We can execute in - implementation, pre and post implementation audits to diagnose issues and improvement potential from your SAP implementations.

Blue Ocena System has team of senior consultants, having experience in Pre-Implementation, In-Implementation and Post-Implementation Audit

Pre-Implementation Audit
Pre implementation audits focus on solutioning, organizational preparedness and risk assessment. Our reports highlight areas which can derail your implementation, show you early the solution bottlenecks that you may head into and organizational preparedness issues which can help save months and significant implementation pain.

IN-Implementation audits
In Implementation audits especially are useful in securing the desired outcome for your critical implementation projects. What most people discount is the fact that a 6 or 8 month implementation results in a product they have to live with for years. In implementation audits look At the solution, project management, change management, data preparedness aspects to identify potential issues and thus prevent problems like unplanned delays, cost escalations from happening.

Post-Implementation Audit
Scrutinizing every aspect of an executed project, initiative, or transformation and acting on the lessons learned is foreboding.

Post implementation audits help you identify improvement opportunities, current problems which can be eliminated, culminating in better ROI.

Post implementation audits are an important way to avoid repeating costly mistakes, to learn from successes and mistakes and to sustain a learning effort. Companies, government agencies, private firms and professional businesses not performing post implementation audits are missing out on leveraging their money most effectively.

    Critical success factors for performing a post execution audit:
  • Getting the right people involved
  • Timing the audit properly
  • Deploying an external professional facilitator
  • Collecting enough documentation to facilitate a smooth audit
  • Talking with each other, candidly and openly, about the results