Managers can search for any RFC (Request For Change) based on RFC ID, Change Type, Requestor, Status and Creation Dates. Close completed RFC’s and view details of RFC’s.
My RFC - Track RFC’s
Users can search for RFC’s created based on RFC Title, Change Type, and Creation Dates. Quickly view RFC details, update RFC details before sending for review. Let the most relevant change be reflected in your RFC.
Create RFC - Keep changing, keep improving
The first step in bringing a change into an existing system is through the creation of an RFC (Request for Change). The Change Requestor can create a new RFC for associates with pre-existing RFC for improvement.
Send change requests for review and then implementation. Changes which cannot be implemented can be marked as Rejected.
Search for change Requests based on RFC Title, Change Type, Review Status, and RFC Status. Assess the level of risk involved and possible impact to the existing system. Perform appropriate action depending upon your assessment.
Search for change requests based on RFC Title, Change Type, Implementation Status, and RFC Status.
Managers can view reports showing Change Types, RFC’s per Unit, RFC’s per Process, and Change Status. Depending on the status of changes, the implementation process can be improved.