ReadyWorks was designed to be used for any imaginable IT transformation program. Some examples including data center migrations, Windows upgrades, asset management, hardware refreshes, Office 365 migrations, AD consolidations, IoT, and more.
ReadyWorks comes populated with many pre-canned dashboard charts for a variety of use cases (e.g. data center, Windows 10). Example dashboard charts include Migration Status, Asset Status, and Assets by Asset Property. Additional dashboard charts can be easily created through the ReadyWorks interface.
Each user can customize their dashboard by linking or unlinking any of the available dashboard charts. Additional dashboard charts can be easily created through the ReadyWorks interface to track assets and their properties.
ReadyWorks provides the ability to upload attachments or links to a document repository and associate them to assets, waves, or tasks.
An attachment can be replaced without having to update existing associations of the attachment to assets, waves or tasks. Just replace the file and any existing links will remain in place.
ReadyWorks comes with numerous reports for a variety of use cases (e.g. Windows, data center, O365). Example reports include Migration Readiness, Application Dependencies, Application Package Status, and Wave Progress.
ReadyWorks reports are developed and maintained by ReadyWorks support. We typically work with our customers to create reports based on their specific requirements.
New ReadyWorks reports are typically created in a couple of days depending on the complexity of the requirements.
The ReadyWorks self-service portal provides the project team the ability to send users or department heads access to the portal where they can verify user properties, assigned computers, installed software, and schedule their migration window in advance of deployment. Self-service deployment is also available when ReadyWorks is integrated with a deployment platform such as SCCM or 1E WSS.
The ReadyWorks framework elements consist of asset definition, data import, reporting and workflow, and can take 1-2 weeks to implement.
Once your ReadyWorks instance is up and running, the first step to getting maximum benefits is to setup and configure the project framework. A project framework typically consists of the following elements and can take 1-2 weeks to implement: