What does AIMS implementation look like for you?
Implementation of AIMS will not disrupt the day-to-day running of your organisation or delivery of your funding or award programmes.
AIMS is a software solution specifically built to better administer the entire grant management process in funding and development organisations. It is a Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Solution – however that does not mean that we force our software rules on how you process grants. Instead, the software has been designed to allow the unique administration process of each grant scheme within an organisation be built into the system.
We are experts in the grant management sector. Our business analysts have many years’ experience and have worked on numerous grant management system projects in a wide variety of sectors. We will work with your team to understand exactly how you administer your grant schemes and we will train you how to reflect this in your AIMS solution. Each phase is controlled by AIMS Software Ltd’s Project Management techniques under the guidance of our ISO-9001:2008 & TickIT accredited Quality Management System.
We understand the reality that exists in the funding industry where an organisation may suddenly be asked to distribute funds for a new initiative.
The AIMS system is fully developed and ready to be swiftly deployed in the grant awarding organisation, which means that we can meet the most challenging deadlines.
As the software is pre-built, the implementation phase only needs to address the design of your business process or workflow. This is bespoke to each project as we know that, even within an organisation, each grant programme can follow a different process of administration from application through to award and the subsequent review. Organisations that wish to modify or add new grant schemes in the future can do so easily without the need for expensive re-programming. New workflows can easily be added or updated.
The entire implementation process is as follows
Our experts are here to help you at every stage – from implementation to reporting.