With the start of Unit Testing on June 3 the Project Team completed the Design Phase and entered the Configuration & Prototyping phase. What does that mean? It means that planning and design of Rhodes Workday is mostly complete and now it’s time to test and tweak our prototype environment. And there will be several months of testing and verification. Unit Testing in June involves testing individual “bits” of our design – 1,200 functions in total! And the hard-working staff of Finance and HR are doing an amazing job churning through this important work.
The Project Team is almost finished with the Design Phase, when all the data and fields for Workday get architected. This week we have begun something called Unit Testing. The Project Team will spend several weeks working through almost 1,000 individual feature tasks of Workday with Rhodes data in order to validate how well it’s working and how accurate the data results are. Tedious, but critical work!
We have completed the Planning stage (January-March) and are finishing up the design phase (April-May). Soon we will begin testing and data validation.
April – May, 2019 – Architect and Design Phase (complete)
January – March, 2019 – Business Process Planning, building Rhodes1 environment (complete)