Posted on Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
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Process label – find strategic partner
Events – contact partner
Activities – negotiate with partner
Task – upload notes to google drive
Decision – approve or deny sponsor
Actors – strategic partner, client, employees, CEO
Objects or artifacts - google drive, brochure/pamphlet, contracts,
Positive value or outcome to customer – tax reduction, potential new employees
The name of the software we found is Hubspot CRM. It's created by Google and completely free. It has great functionalities and we believe it covers all the necessities of WonderWomenTech. When you have time, we just need you to take a quick look at the website so we can talk in more detail about what you like about it and what not. I remember that you said that one of the big problems is keeping track of all the clients and where you are in the process with them. Hubspot CRM has great solutions for that and many other things.
Furthermore, in order to begin working in the business process model, we need to know in detail how sponsors, exhibitors, and strategic partners go through the process. I would be really helpful if you could at least post some general points and then we can go through them in more detail when we meet.
Group 5: Wonder Women Tech
System Request Form + To Be
Brief explanation of our critical thinking
Current As Is: All current and potential sponsors are forwarded to the founder of Wonder Women Tech, where she then utilizes Google drive as a platform to organize and track the recruiting process.
Issues raised: This process is unstandardized and time-consuming.
Business need: effectively and efficiently track and organize sponsors
Requirement Gathering Techniques:
We divided up the system’s requirements into functional and nonfunctional. The functional is what the system must do and the nonfunctional is how the system should behave/perform. Using the requirement gathering techniques listed above, we found the system requirements to focus on managing contracts and invoices and maintaining appropriate contact with sponsors. In addition to secure and low-cost, we determined that the process must be cross-functional and standardized for other team members to use. This system design is an iterative process. We welcome your feedback on the content of this system request form.