Implementation – method – migration


Implementation of Microsoft Project

Since 1991 we have been creating templates and complete plans in Microsoft Projects for all kinds of companies. Among them are:

  • Danfoss
  • Danisco
  • Novo Nordisk
  • Skanska


We have worked within a variety of industries, but during the last couple of years we have specialized in creating solutions that fit the construction industry well. We run courses in all versions of Microsoft Project from standard to server-based. And we have specific templates for implementing Microsoft Project Server with all applicable utilities.


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If you wish to start up or streamline your use of Microsoft Project, we are available with advice and guidance. We have people with the experience that is required to complete the project.


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Hans Tørsleff management systems has completed entire implementations of Microsoft Project, based on Project templates for the specific company or selected from the frameworks at Project Management Institute (PMI), International Project Management Association (IPMA) or Prince 2. The actual framework is chosen out of best-practise within the particular industry or organization.


PMI has developed a handbook for project methods. It is called the Project Managers Book of Knowledge (PMBOK), and is the curriculum at PMI and IPMA.


Basically it can be advisable to build up Project templates that originate from PMBOK. The other framework at hand is Prince 2 – Prince 2 is focused on project management processes and is widely applied within governmental sectors.




Migration of data is essential in implementing new system solutions. Efficient migration is a precondition for satisfactory implementation. You will often get unpleasant surprises if migration isn’t part of the plan from the beginning. Existing data can be frozen in a form or medium that isn’t easily accessible from the new program. In certain incidences there has to be written procedures for the conversion to bring out old data into a form, that suits the new solution. The old data can be inconsistent in various ways so that it has to be ‘washed’ and adapted so the new solution doesn’t start out all wrong with scattered data.


Data migration typically consists of:
  • Back up of old data
  • Restoration of old data on new media
  • Conversion of old data to new formats
  • Development of upgrading procedures from old to new data
  • Test and upgrading procedures by developer
  • Relocation of data center
  • Future back up procedures


Migration can affect business operation. To succeed we can help your company with efficient planning, technology, implementation and validation.


Get in touch for advice on how you migrate data most efficiently.


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