Almexoft low-code platform implementation stages:
1. Analysis of customer requirements and formation of a working group.
The introduction of an electronic document management system for any of the licensing options
begins with an analysis of the customer’s requirements and the creation of a working group. The
team of specialists analyzes the already existing business processes of workflow and the format
of interaction between employees. As a result, the working group compiles a list of target
processes for automation.
2. Adaptation of the system to the requirements of the customer
Based on the agreed business requirements of the client, a list of technical tasks (Product
Backlog) is drawn up, which may include tasks for revision and integration. As part of the stage
of adapting the system to the customer’s requirements, the implementation specialists set up
the necessary business processes, groups and types of documents, simulate the necessary
reports, set up the organizational structure and grant rights and roles to all users of the system;
system administrators from the customer’s side are trained to effectively connect the low-code
3. Deployment and initial testing of the platform
When adaptation and integration with third-party systems are completed, the platform is tested
on the customer’s servers or cloud servers. A feature of this stage is the involvement of the
customer’s working group of users in the work in the system in test mode. In the course of pilot
operation, we have the opportunity to receive full feedback and assess the degree of
“acceptance” by users of the new system. Thanks to the data obtained, we can draw up the
most “soft” plan for the transition of users to the new platform and minimize the risks associated
At the stage of setting up the system, the necessary business processes are designed in the
BPM module, the nomenclature is formed, the necessary reports are created, document
templates are added, electronic forms of documents are configured, and rights and roles are
issued for future users of the system.
As part of this stage, all employees of the company begin to use the system. Our specialists will
present the main functionality of the system, demonstrate customized document approval
processes, conduct training on the main modules of the system separately for each type of user.
After training, the project officially goes into commercial operation and the support stage begins
according to the contract.
Sergey Sinchenko, Chief Operating Officer
The first position in the market requires close attention to the business and continuous improvement. This can only be realized by developing a process approach to management. It is within the framework of this task that we have identified one of the goals - the implementation of the BPM system
Waterfall cascade model implementation
Waterfall allows you to organize the implementation of a low-code platform according to
predefined phases. This approach is as transparent and convenient as possible for the client,
since it covers all processes from the beginning to the end of the project. The approach implies
strictly sequential and one-time execution of each phase of the project; the leveling up to the
next phase is possible only after the successful completion of the previous one.
Each phase implies detailed planning and correctness of the implementation stage. Due to the
high level of formalization, it is much easier to manage such a project, since the client already
knows exactly what result he wants to get during implementation. It is generally accepted that
the waterfall development model reduces risks and brings clarity to the project development
process when several dozen people are working on the project.
Usually such a project management methodology implies working according to the Fixed Price
model. Invoices and certificates are provided based on the completion of each phase of the