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The high level steps are:
Contract Award – an internal kickoff meeting is held where the sales staff turns over all paperwork to the implementation team and provides a detailed discussion of the history of the procurement process and what is expected by the customer.
Customer Kickoff Meeting –An AIS project manager is assigned and begins to contact the customer to set up a kickoff meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to provide introductions, review the contract requirements and survey the site.
Design – AIS engineers develop the design for the system and facilities as appropriate. This includes all documentation required to order parts, build the system, and complete installation. Two design reviews are held during the process to ensure the design meets the requirements detailed in this proposal.
Integration –Typically, during this time the site is prepared: cables are pulled; display structures; sound panels; and lighting are installed. Any other electrical work that is done by AIS is also done during this time.
Installation – After the system is assembled the cables that were pulled are dressed into the rack and other equipment and terminated. All non-
Punch and Setup – After the system is fully installed and connected, the system engineer performs a complete system checkout. All audio levels and video settings are set. All system functionality is verified including all signal paths.
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Signoff – After the system is tested or at first beneficial use, whichever is earlier, AIS requests the customer sign a Certificate of Acceptance.
Drawings – A complete system documentation package is delivered to the customer after system acceptance.
Warranty – The warranty period begins after the acceptance test is performed or when beneficial use begins, whichever is earlier.