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Oracle Implementation Project Plan
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(06-09-2011, 02:11 AM)admin Wrote: Project Plan is one of the initial & critical part of any Oracle Implementation/upgrade project.
Attached is the MS Project Plan for implementing Oracle Applications with a framework. It contains the detailed tasks involved and lists the associated resources that may be needed.

The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) codes tie back in to the Oracle AIM documents that should be prepared for each task and phase.


Update 27-07-2014:
Project Plan in pdf format also uploaded based on number of requests from members.
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Dear Members
As the file is in MPP format and I am not able to convert it, I here by request you to send me the same on Shivam2531@gmail.com
Regards, Shiva
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(06-09-2011, 02:11 AM)admin Wrote: Project Plan is one of the initial & critical part of any Oracle Implementation/upgrade project.
Attached is the MS Project Plan for implementing Oracle Applications with a framework. It contains the detailed tasks involved and lists the associated resources that may be needed.

The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) codes tie back in to the Oracle AIM documents that should be prepared for each task and phase.


Update 27-07-2014:
Project Plan in pdf format also uploaded based on number of requests from members.

Cant download this.....anybody can mail me this pdf plz...... bushrasd@gmail.com
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Large Oracle projects require many different types of consultants, here are the three most common types.

Functional Consultant or Business Analyst
Technical Consultant
Database Administrator

The guiding rules for a Functional consultant are to Design, Communicate, Deliver

Functional Consultants perform the following primary tasks:

Solution Design
Gather Business Requirements
Problem or Issue Analysis
Support
Change Management
Testing
Configuration
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