1. Finalize Requirements:
This step involves ensuring that all requirements outlined in the project document have been met and that any changes or adjustments to the design have been implemented.
2. Set Up Testing Environment:
This step ensures that a safe testing environment is established for quality assurance purposes before going live with the product or project.
3. Perform User Acceptance Testing:
This step involves performing tests on the product or project to ensure it meets all user requirements and expectations before launch.
4. Finalize Documentation:
This step involves ensuring that all documentation related to the product or project is up-to-date, accurate, and comprehensive before going live.
5. Inform Stakeholders:
This step involves ensuring that all stakeholders are aware of the launch and have been adequately prepared for it.
6. Train Users:
This step entails training users on how to use the product or project upon its launch.
7. Finalize Launch Plan:
This step involves creating a detailed launch plan that outlines all activities related to the launch of the product or project.
This step entails officially launching the product or project and making it available to users.
9. Monitor Performance:
This step involves regularly monitoring performance metrics, such as user engagement and feedback, to ensure that the product or project is being used as intended.
10. Evaluate Results:
This step involves evaluating the results of the launch to determine whether it was successful and whether there is room for improvement.