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M3 Playbook > Phase 4: Migration > 4.10 Design and Develop Reports

4.10 Design and Develop Reports


Task Activities

  1. Provider

    Based on reporting requirements within Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM), design reports

  2. Shared

    Leverage standard reports available in the existing application

  3. Shared

    Validate report designs with customer

  4. Provider

    Build end unit test reports

  5. Provider

    Provide sample reports and prepare for user testing

4.10 Best Practices

  • Conduct a thorough analysis of current reports to determine which are still needed or used before developing reports in the new system
  • Prioritize reporting requirements and develop reports in phases
  • Include sufficient time to develop and test reports



  • Functional SME


  • Program Manager
  • Functional Lead
  • Functional SME
  • Technical Lead/Solution Architect
  • Network SME



  • Reports Design Document

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