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DDMI/DDMA sample implementation plan in MS Project

Hello,

We are considering DDMI/DDMA for asset management and would like to know what an implementation plan would look like. We'd have to adapt it to our company but I guess all major tasks will be common to any enterprise.

So, if anyone has  a project plan they can share to get us started would be great.

 

Thanks

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Re: DDMI/DDMA sample implementation plan in MS Project

I noticed you never got an answer on this one.  Maybe you've spoken with someone offline, but what you should probably do here is speak to your HP rep or look for an HP partner company who specializes in implementation of DDMI/DDMA and other HP IT asset management tools such as HP Asset Manager as well.  You can check some of the folks on here's signatures for the names of some partner companies, or HP has a professional services organization that does these sorts of implementations as well.  They can be fairly complex and depending on your company's needs, you are going to want a tailored solution from someone who has done lots of them.  Any documentation someone shared with you, no matter how good, could very easily lead you down the wrong path without discussions to talk about what your company hopes to accomplish with their IT asset management effort.

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