An implementation methodology is a software development methodology that focuses on project management, return on investment, conformance to best practices and compliance requirements, communication with stakeholders, and the creation of physical artifacts that help to ensure project success. By combining a methodology with a gap analysis of Pega’s out-of-the-box functionality for client solutions, we can accelerate development to a very short time period.
Before we get to work on designing an application, we should analyze the objectives of the business and functionality our stakeholders are looking to develop with our Pega solution. This section will review some basics for how to approach this integral stage of development by identifying measurable business objectives and writing quality business requirements.
Once we have analyzed our application, it's time to start designing prototypes and modeling cases and processes. This section will explore the basics of how to identify business improvement opportunities and begin defining your application.
Learn to use Pega’s Direct Capture of Objectives (DCO) to capture and manage requirements in real-time, and align DCO with typical application development methodologies. Learn the basics and best practices for engaging project stakeholders to execute a successful DCO session.