During this first point, the sales team introduces the Letsignit project manager who will:
At this moment, the different parties on the client-side of the project (at the minimum two: an IT and an Administrator contact) are presented to their two project managers: one in charge of the technical project and the other in charge of the functional project. The latter has a key role in the management of the project. A real bridge between the IT Management and the Communication department on the client’s side, they ensure proper deployment. In charge of the project’s core tasks, the functional project manager will also oversee the handling of all the eventual identified needs. Furthermore, they anticipate feedback from clients in a proactive way. What is a POC? Common in 95% of large account projects, the Proof of Concept allows the set-up of a test deployment in a reduced environment. It is done even before the confirmation of accorded licenses. In general, with a duration of a minimum of 30 to 90 days, the POC serves as a crash test for evaluating whether the product corresponds to the functional and technical needs of the client. This implementation allows:
Following the POC, new topics may be introduced. The Letsignit project managers are always flexible and responsive to best support the customer in their discovery of the product. Once the POC is validated, a new technical conference is programmed for re-defining the massive deployment plan and its scope. During this meeting, the technical project manager accompanies the client’s IT management in the different settings of the platform such as:
Once the technical component is in place, the Letsignit functional project manager accompanies the Administrator contact in taking charge of the tool. They will then present a new complete demo of the platform to ensure their understanding. They will also be accompanied in:
And finally, for this 5th and final step, the Letsignit project managers will ensure efficient execution of the precedented tasks. They will re-evaluate the need for the target vision and launch the final deployment for the chosen setting. Once the client is deployed, the support is not finished, because even if the platform is simple to use, we deem it important to continue supporting the client just until they are completely autonomous. Also, in case of need, there are several supporting materials available to them: more than 100 FAQs, our online chat, and even our direct phone line to their specialized project managers.