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It all begins with the design of your actual situation.

We believe that our relationship with you and your team goes beyond the products and services we offer!

With Oceanflow, you get our commitment to plan, integrate, and deliver the job as planned, and on time.

Oceanflow directs its services according to the 4Ps of digital transformation:

  1. People

  2. Process

  3. Platform and software

  4. Technology portfolio

Functional analysis

Focuses on understanding the needs of the business as a whole, its strategic direction, and identifying initiatives that will allow a business to meet those strategic goals.

Goals :

  • Create solutions;

  • Give enough tools for robust project management;

  • Improve efficiency and reduce waste;

  • Provide essential documentation, such as project initiation documents;

Analysis deliverables :

  1. Global business issues;

  2. Strategic objectives;

  3. Chart based on roles and responsibilities;

  4. Data module hierarchy analysis;
  5. Process analysis;

  6. Documents automation analysis;

  7. Data migration analysis;

  8. User flow design based on roles and responsibilities ;

  9. Project plan and Gantt schedule

Change management

There are centers of excellence in any business that define frameworks and monitor the standards throughout the process of executing the day-to-day operation.      Change needs to be approached in the same manner to maintain quality and reduce the risk to the organization.

Why a functional analysis?

  1. Reduce waste and complete projects on time
  2. Document the right requirements
  3. Improve project efficiency

You will receive a fixed price for the turnkey implementation project.

Analysis Report

The report includes activities and questions that the analyst asks the organization to develop the content.

Process Analysis

Processes are visually modeled that identify what influences the process of your business. There are several levels to describe a process, there is the level of activities, sub-activities, tasks, and finally the checklist.

Process Level

There is multiple levels to describe a flow, from the business process level, there is the level of activities, sub-activities, tasks, and finally checklist.
The task level is the most granular and when modeled depicts a particular workflow.
As business processes get documented per workflow, they become more influenced by characteristics that impact the business.