Determining the Time Frame for Implementation or Migration

An equally important component of the migration is the time frame, and this component affects the path and process that need to be followed to create the desired results. Often, the goals for the project dictates the timeline, and the technology upgrade can drastically affect other critical business project dependencies. Other upgrades might not have strict timelines, and it is more important that the process be a smooth one than a quick one.

Depending on the scope of the project, a time frame of 2 to 4 months could be considered to be a short time frame, with 4 to 6 months offering a more comfortable window. Within these time constraints, several weeks are available for discovery and ...

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