OneStream XF Implementation Process

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Publication Date: 08/02/2019
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OneStream XF Projects usually have 3 components to it: Requirements, Design and Build. Requirements are received from the end users. Design is done by the consultants per the end users requests. Build is done by the consultants. Here is now they are implemented.


  • Requirements
    • Receieved from the end users
  • Design
    • Consultants design based on end users requests
  • Build
    • Consultants build
    • Overlaps with unit testing - once feature is built to test it
    • Unit testing is done (Client goes through checklist to makre sure everything meets their standards)
    • UAT (User Acceptance Testing) is done
    • Parallel runs (multiple project phases can overlap)
    • Performance tests

Once all of those are done, there will be a Go/No go decisions from the client. If they approve, they sign off, where the end users will sign saying OK. Then, the project will go live and be implemented.


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