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Methodologies in Life Cycle Services (LCS)

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Methodologies in Life Cycle Services (LCS)

Dynamics LCS Methodologies (Microsoft Dynamics LCS or Microsoft Dynamics Life Cycle Services) provide a tool that you can use to ensure more repeatable, predictable implementation projects. You can use our methodologies, or create your own. With a methodology, you can easily report and track on your progress.

Methodologies can have phases that are associated with Visual Studio Team Foundation Services, phases can have tasks, and both tasks and methodologies can be associated with tools on Life Cycle Services (Microsoft Dynamics LCS) and Dynamics LCS resources and documents stored on websites, either internal or external to your organization.

Life Cycle Services Key Features

Use an out of the box methodology
  • Sure Step Agile: Our methodology, Sure Step Agile provides a planning phase, and multiple sprints.
  • Default: Default is available so that your existing projects won’t be forced into a methodology. The default methodology does not provide any structure.
Creation of methodology Any user in any organization can create a methodology for use on their projects.
Create or Modify a methodology to be shared across your organization To share a methodology, a user with organization admin rights can log in and use Manage Methodologies from the Life Cycle Services (Microsoft Dynamics LCS) home page to promote a methodology created by any member of their organization.

Locus IT has a thorough knowledge of some of the well-known industries and the particular challenges that currently exist in this industry. We at Locus IT provide Dynamics LCS support, Dynamics LCS training, Dynamics LCS implementation services and can help you design a solution using proven tools that meet your specific needs, streamlining operations, and increasing profitability.

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