A pre-study straightens out question marks, focuses on what is important and reduces the risk of surprises in different parts of the project. Regardless the level of ambition, we recommend making an in-depth analysis before an implementation of project. The analysis may consist of a pre-study as we describe here. It can also be in the form of a proof of concept (POC) or smaller pilot projects.

In the pre-study, we map the scope of an upcoming initiative by analyzing the current situation, specifying needs, and defining goals in the long and short term.

Parts of the pre-study

Question & answers

How long will it take?

A feasibility study with us usually takes 1-3 months.

How does it work?

We usually divide the pre-study into four phases, where the first step is about planning, gathering information and setting goals. In the second phase, we invite to workshops to define new working methods, metrics, requirements for system support as well as architecture and integration. In parallel with, or before the workshops, we analyze existing data such as customer service matters or historical sales activities. During the third phase, we compile and analyze the results of the workshops and the data analysis. Finally, we produce a solution proposal that contains recommendations on solution, working methods, key figures and roles and responsibilities. The recommendation also contains a schedule, estimates and steps for implementation.

Why do you do a feasibility study?

The pre-study is intended to provide answers to what should be prioritized and in what steps all steps should be done. It also provides answers to how long the project will take and what it will cost. When we do a feasibility study with our customers, the business is always at the center, therefore it is important that the pre-study results in a long-term solution proposal that creates value for the business.

What does it cost?

The price has to do with the scope of the feasibility study. Contact us for a price proposal.