April 4, 2011

Managing Microsoft Dynamics Implementations

Exam :MB5-858

Title :Managing Microsoft Dynamics Implementations


Question: 1.

You are planning a project and find that stakeholders often have varying objectives and requirements.This makes it difficult for you to summarize a plan in a way that all objectives will be identified or known in advance. Your customer communicates that they expect their business priorities to change. You are certain that this will be a single site implementation requiring specific features and complex customizations. Which implementation approach

is suitable for the project?

A. Standard Project Type

B. Agile Project Project Type

C. Enterprise Project Type

D. Rapid Project Project Type

Answer: B

Question: 2.

You are about to roll-out a new Microsoft Dynamics implementation with no customizations and very limited data migration. Which activities should you plan for in the Deployment phase? Choose the 2 that apply.

A. Conduct User Training

B. Finalize Configuration/Setup

C. Transition to Support

D. Go-live

Answer: A D

Question: 3.

You selected the Standard Project Type as the most appropriate approach for successful implementation.Your team is engaged in the Analysis phase and they finished gathering the business
requirements after conducting the Detailed Business Process Analysis. Which activity should the team perform next?

A. Identify and document gaps between the business solution and the customer

requirements based on a

Fit Gap Analysis.

B. Begin System Configuration and ISV Solution Setup.

C. Educate the Customer's Core Implementation team by means of a Solution Overview

training. D. Start making technical and functional designs in the correct

Sure Step Design documents.

Answer: A

Question: 4.

Your customer wants to ensure their business software does not contain undocumented

code. What can

you do to ensure your team will not deliver undocumented code?

A. Explain that this demand complies with your company's strategy, and state that

developers must produce

documented code that is easily read and understood.

B. Invite your customer to work with your development team to create code development standards.

C. Share requirements and design documents from previous projects to demonstrate that documentation is a priority in your company.

D. List this demand as a formal project requirement.

Answer: B

Question: 5.

The sales team wants to close the sales process. They need to make sure that the scope and all other recommendations for project execution are analyzed,documented, and agreed upon by the customer. They are now looking for documentation that defines the formal services agreement and outlines the engagement in enough detail that they can make a decision.
Which document can the sales team use to support the implementation proposal?

A. Statement Of Work

B. Project Charter

C. Project Plan

D. Microsoft Dynamics Price lists

Answer: A

Question: 6.

A prospective customer asks your sales person to prove that the proposed solution supports the specific

industry requirements. You need to ensure due-diligence is achieved. What should you recommend? Choose the 2 that apply.

A. A joint application design (JAD) or prototyping session where the software values/code tables are configured or populated in the session.

B. A system test or demonstration of exactly how the software will be used at the customer site; participants must have an expectation that the project is still in design and feedback on key points is needed.

C. A demonstration of the software and processes through realistic Customer Business Scenarios that
include representative customer data.

D. A scripted and well prepared proof of concept.

Answer: C D

Question: 7.

You need to map requirements in the Fit Gap Analysis Worksheet to appropriate categories to help scope the level of effort required. Which of the following categorizations provide the most insights from a project scoping and cost analysis perspective?

A. Fit, Gap

B. Finance, Sales and Marketing, Purchase, Warehouse, Manufacturing, Service,Marketing, Customer


C. Critical, Non-Critical, Important, Optional, Out of scope

D. Standard Feature, Configuration, Work flow, Customization, ISV Solution, Other

Answer: D