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Successful Development of CGIS's System Functionalities (Year 1 and Year 2) Through Comprehensive Requirement Gathering Program Mulia Senayan, Jakarta 17 th October 2011. Introduction to CGIS. CGIS stands for Corporate Geospatial Information System.

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    1. Successful Development of CGIS's System Functionalities (Year 1 and Year 2) Through Comprehensive Requirement Gathering ProgramMulia Senayan, Jakarta17th October 2011

    2. Introduction to CGIS CGIS stands for Corporate Geospatial Information System. Implemented in TenagaNasionalBerhad for 6 divisions covering electricity and telecommunication network as well as landed properties. 50 functions were identified and chosen to be GISed from the existing business functions within the 6 divisions GE Smallworldwas chosen as CGIS platform.

    3. Where are CGIS now Year 3 • Customer • Management • Operation & • Maintenance • Asset • Management • Asset Planning & • Construction Asset Register Project Kick-off 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

    4. Phases of Requirement Gathering Functional Requirement Business Requirement • Review As Is Process • Identify gaps • Identify pain points • Capture Management’s Visions • Review To Be Process • Propose User Interface • Propose Report, Application

    5. Business Requirement

    6. Business Requirement Scoping and Planning Review “As-Is” Processes Define “To-Be” Processes Develop Blueprint Design Phases • Schedule for workshops • Inform users of workshops • Collect relevant documents • Analyze information prior to workshops • Conduct “As-Is” workshops with all 6 Divisions • Conduct “As-Is” validation workshops • Sign-off of “As-Is” processes by users • Conduct Visioning and Focus Group Meetings • Identify gaps and improvement opportunities • Conduct “To-Be” validation workshops • Sign-off of “To-Be” processes by users • Develop Process Blueprint Document • Review and Signoff Process Blueprint Key Activities

    7. Functional Requirement TNB CGIS Master Plan Functional Requirement Report 50 Functions Feasibility study with System Owners Functional Requirement Workshops Discuss and Gather Functional Requirements To Be Process Blueprint Best Practices Scoping & Planning Phases Review “To Be” processes Functional Requirement Gathering Develop Functional Requirement Report Design

    8. Functional Requirement Scoping and Planning Review “To-Be” Processes Functional Requirement Gathering Develop Functional Requirement Report Design Phases • Schedule for workshops • Appoint Functional Implementation Taskforce • Inform users of workshops • Analyze information prior to workshops • Internal discussion to propose application and interface • Review To-Be Process • Conduct Functional Requirement workshops • Conduct system study • Develop Functional Requirement Report • Review and Signoff Functional Requirement Report Key Activities

    9. Challenges • Users having minimal understanding of GIS • Demonstration on the system has been incorporated in the functional requirement gathering workshops. • "Look and Feel” sessions are conducted to ensure that all requirements are built to users’ expectation. • Different technical background between users and system developers. • More visualization on functions proposed.

    10. THANK YOU