SC Law No. 04-CC-ConsultRFPRequest for Proposals for Consultant
Advertised: May 27, 2004Services, Software and Hardware and
iii.The hardware, software, personnel and training that will be necessary;
iv.A transition plan that will minimize the disruption of mission critical systems; and
v.Any recommendations for changes in technology resources, expenditures, organization and services.
e.Consultant will describe the specific procedures it will use in the course of its engagement.
f.Consultant will recommend and provide the rationale for the organizational and reporting relationships they proposed for the project team.
g.Consultant will recommend the staffing resources and configuration to be provided by the College throughout the course of the engagement.
h.Consultant will recommend the detailed timetable, and provide a backup timetable, for the phasedinstallation of all systems to be installed.
i.Consultant will delineate fully their proposed rules of engagement, to include proposals for the resolution of disputes.
12.Administrative System Integration Points
The following is a list of the major points of integration for external systems that it is anticipated an ERP will need to begin or continue to support.
Respondents must integrate to these systems or provide a recommended alternative on a cost-neutral basis as part of their deliverable.
For each, respondents must indicate if their proposed solution already includes the functionality, will provide functionality through an existing business partner’s product, or will be customized de novo.
Detail specifications for each API will be given to the recipient of the award:
a., on a real time basis for the acceptance and posting of allcharges due the College or have like integrated functionality from another vendor on a cost neutral basis to the College.
nightly batch process to feed summarized receivable data by campus and revenue code into the college financial system.
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