Olenick understands the critical nature of software implementations and upgrades and has provided successful results to hundreds of clients.
Partnering with Olenick will greatly decrease risks and increase efficiencies throughout your project; implementing and upgrading software is our service focus. We manage all facets of your implementation including Project Management, Business Analysis, and Testing.
Our specialized expertise allows us to address the gamut of challenges – from the very detailed nuances to the most complex. Olenick’s methodology brings a proven track record of producing results in addition to project plans that create alignment and proactively address problems. Our partnership-minded approach offers support to our clients throughout the process, as well as provides ongoing support through deployment and beyond.
We have proven experience with numerous system implementations, including:
- Windows Desktop Implementations
- Records Management Implementations
- New Business Intake Implementations
- Cloud Deployments
- Financial System Implementations
- Document Management Systems Implementations
- Business Intelligence
- Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
- Software Deployment – Application
- Cloud Migrations
Olenick has developed and honed an extensive set of tools that improve productivity and engagement impact for our clients.
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Core Conversion Misstep #4: Your Testing Didn’t Go Far Enough
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Developing a Continuous Integration (And Self-Testing) System
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