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The Technology Rollout System

A Technology Rollout System consists of four parts: Process Structure, Rollout Services Model, Internal Resources and Partnerships.
You must have all four parts in place for it to be a true system of methodologies, which is necessary for a technology rollout company to be able to provide nationwide or global deployment services. And the benefits of a Technology Rollout System are considerable! These are just a few that you’ll enjoy:

Minimized project costs by providing less vendors and clearer communication through a defined Process Structure
Accelerated deployment time by utilizing an organized Deployment Method
Accountability through on demand site status updates via the Web-based Software Application
Scalability and flexibility to meet diverse project needs through the Rollout Delivery Team
Independent of equipment and technology which allows for the us overnight pharmacy deployment of any legacy and new technologies by utilizing a unified Rollout Services Model
Highest quality of service

Not All Process Structures are Created Equal!
To fully understand how the Process Structure works, you must know what the various options are. Our White Paper explains the primary structures used for nationwide & international, multi-site technology rollouts. These include the:

1. Centralized Single-Tier
The customer uses a technology rollout company that directly manages field technicians through a direct partnership.

2. Centralized Multi-Tier
The customer uses a technology rollout company that hires subcontractors in a tiered hierarchy to manage field technicians.

3. Rent-a-Tech
The customer or technology rollout company uses a Rent-a-Tech company in a shared management effort of field technicians.

4. Internal Employee
The customer or technology rollout company uses internal employees for project management and field technicians. In Internal Employee Process Structures, additional external local field technicians are likely to be required due to the number of sites and costs associated with employing sufficient internal field technicians to handle nationwide or global rollouts.

5. Additional Structures: Hybrid
A number of variations of the four basic structures may exist as a hybrid structure. They will have associated advantages and disadvantages on an individual structure basis.

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