The aim of the IT master plan is to describe how the information system will meet the objectives set and provide the services expected. It specifies the priorities or guidelines for information technologies. It can usefully be based on the company's IT mapping logic.
To draw up the Master Plan, you need to start by carrying out an audit phase, presenting an existing situation, a starting point:
will have to be made after an inventory of fixtures.
The strengths and weaknesses of the organization (in terms of IT) should be discussed during the Audit phase. It must always lead to a phasing of action plans and a budget. In concrete terms, this means identifying and qualifying each project according to :
The average lifespan of an IT Master Plan is 3 to 5 years. It needs to be updated regularly, to take account of strategic changes in the organization. Identified needs and malfunctions should help define the focus of the next master plan.
The development process was carried out in 3 stages, under the guidance of the General Management Committee (CODIR):
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