Project Management with LogiPlus

Managing SAP and IT projects successfully and efficiently.

Managing SAP & IT projects with LogiPlus:
In Time. In Quality. In Budget.

Challenges in SAP and IT projects

New projects usually bring about noticeable changes. However, this often leads to uncertainties in the company, which is why structured project and change management is a key success factor. This is especially true for SAP and IT projects.

Almost all areas of the company are often affected. A structured, effective and quality-oriented project methodology is required to successfully manage projects and change management across all divisions.

With our experienced project managers and with our tools and methodologies we offer the optimal project implementation. And we do this in an interactive project management process with our customers.

The right project methodology for your requirements

Which project methodology is the most suitable depends on the respective starting position in the company. Which milestones exist? Are there clearly defined work packages? Are there fixed cost and time schedules? Are there specifications regarding technologies? These and other questions must be answered in advance.

Classic approach: waterfall methodo-logy

Agile approach

Hybrid approach

Project management according to the waterfall methodology for complex projects

In more complex projects, such as an SAP implementation, management often requires a clear definition of the technologies, phases, content and costs to be used. Requirements, goals, and technologies to be used are clearly defined in a requirements and functional specification.

At LogiPlus we rely on classic best practice and rapid deployment solutions. These have proven themselves in numerous projects due to their systematic approach, repeatability, measurability and predictability. This is how we achieve defined goals in time, quality and budget.

Based on our practical experience, we have extended the classic 5 phases of the waterfall methodology to a total of 8 phases.

  1. Strategy consulting
  2. Project preparation
  3. Conception
  4. SAP Business Blueprint
  5. Realisation
  6. Go-Live: Preparation & Implementation
  7. Ramp-up management
  8. Support in regular operation

As-is analysis (processes & IT); creation of target concept: system architecture, processes, integration (incl. brownfield/ greenfield, automation concept)

Provision of all necessary assets for project implementation, cornerstone for a successful project

Development of specifications with target processes and target system architecture

Development of functional specifications to specify the requirements for processes, IT and interfaces

Implementation of the requirements defined in the specification sheet. Programming, customising, additional solutions, tests.

Planning and implementation of activities to prepare the Go-Live of the solution (incl. cut-over plan, data migration). Implementation Go-Live

Support of the customer's users and key users and transfer of the system into routine operation

7x24 support services in Germany, incident management, maintenance, upgrades and customer-specific training

Other project methodologies:
Agile approach & Hybrid approach

Agile approach

Suitable for projects with high complexity and process dependencies that require a high degree of customer involvement and offer leeway in terms of cost, time and project scope.

Example: Development of a software prototype.

Characteristics of the agile approach

Hybrid approach

The hybrid form fulfils on the one hand the management’s wish for a regulated procedure (classic approach), on the other hand the operative employees’ wish for agile, dynamic processes.

Example: Complete S/4HANA rollout at multiple sites

Characteristics of the hybrid approach


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