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  1. Project Completion
    • Identification: PRO-020-080
    • Process type: Value creation process
    • Category: Processes
    • Process area: PRO
    • Process owner: Head of Project Management
    • Process model: Generic
    • Description: The project completion is the last phase of a project and has the steps
      • project acceptance
      • safeguarding the project documentation (archiving)
      • if appropriate hand-over to a support team
      • quality assurance/ retain experiences (lessons learned)
      • project closure (release of project resources, defined project end)
  2. Project Controlling and Management
    • Identification: PRO-020-040
    • Process type: Value creation process
    • Category: Processes
    • Process area: PRO
    • Process owner: Head of Project Management
    • Process model: NAV
    • Description: Project planning and control are essential elements of project management. Projects can only be controlled effectively if they are planned carefully. This includes notably the establishment of project organization, the written fixation of a project contract, the disposition of the whole project into separate time periods, the determination of the project tasks and their time scheduling and planning of the necessary resources and the anticipated costs. The services provided, the costs and time consumptions have to be monitored constantly. In the case of deviations it is necessary to take appropriate actions.
  3. Project Evaluation
    • Identification: PRO-020-070
    • Process type: Value creation process
    • Category: Processes
    • Process area: PRO
    • Process owner: Head of Project Management
    • Process model: Generic
    • Description: After conducting the project this process evaluates the results of the project. Criteria could be:
      • How satisfied is the customer?
      • Are the project targets (by content) met?
      • Was the budget kept?
      • Was the project in time?
  4. Project Execution
    • Identification: PRO-020-030
    • Process type: Value creation process
    • Category: Processes
    • Process area: PRO
    • Process owner: Head of Project Management
    • Process model: Generic
    • Description: Project postings pursue the primary goal to book the whole project consumption on articles, resources, or G/L accounts. In addition, these postings may be a tool to coordinate resources. Each project-related booking generates project entries. A distinction is made between positive and negative entries; positive entries increase your costs, negative entries are sales to the debtor.
  5. Project Initiation
    • Identification: PRO-020-010
    • Process type: Value creation process
    • Category: Processes
    • Process area: PRO
    • Process owner: Head of Project Management
    • Process model: Generic
    • Description: The process of project initiation embraces all preparing activities to create and start a project. With this process the frame conditions for the project have to be clarified (e.g. what are project objectives, how is the project budget, who are the project sponsors).
  6. Project Invoicing
    • Identification: PRO-020-060
    • Process type: Value creation process
    • Category: Processes
    • Process area: PRO
    • Process owner: Head of Project Management
    • Process model: Generic
    • Description: The billings for a project can be registered with the help of sales invoices. You can also process payments (e.g. payment in advance, one at the half and the other at the completion of the project). If projects are executed abroad, you can process this in the currency of the distinctive country, i.e. you bill in a foreign currency.
  7. Project Planning
    • Identification: PRO-020-020
    • Process type: Value creation process
    • Category: Processes
    • Process area: PRO
    • Process owner: Head of Project Management
    • Process model: ProBatch
    • Description: The Planning of Projects consists of two levels - the project task line of the first level are required, otherwise no bookings for the project are made. The second level consists of planning lines, which determine the detailed use of resources, articles and so on. You use this project lines to list the expectations of the project. It may be a plan (which articles, resources and so on are expected to be used) or a contract (agreement with the debtor about what he hast to pay for the project). You can design lines for each sub-activity of the project. If you have agreed with the customer to charge a total amount for the whole project (regardless of consumption for each sub-project activities), you only need to create a single line of type “contract” for the whole project.

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