Cutover Plans

The SDR requires a formal sign-off process. Your signature on the summary document will, in most cases, override any earlier agreements (for example, specifications included in contract, quantities of equipment, software features).

Be aware of the consequences of any changes – they may impact the schedule, add or reduce costs or alter system functionality and performance.

The vendor will build and test your system as agreed in the System Design Review. If there is a discrepancy between what was agreed in the SDR and the initial contract, you may end up paying the bill (or save some funds).

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