Things happen fast - we are responsive
We spent three days putting plans together with Drax then hit the ground running with a 28-day deadline. We prepared the ground, put the plan together, ran the project, coordinated resources, and acted as the prime interface with the buyer.
During our engagement, as well as building the Drax initial IT transition plan and managing its delivery, we also provided ad-hoc advisory to VPI, at the request of Drax, to help ensure the handover happened on schedule.
We worked heavily on the TSA – we helped build it and handed over the amended processes to provide the TSA. Drax has moved into a BAU type role and is only providing a bureau service, although on a day-to-day basis this makes no difference to operations.
Using our earlier work as a foundation we were able to make the process easier for seller and purchaser. Our earlier work made the project leaner and more cost-efficient.
From the point of engagement, we had four and a half weeks to act, with a one-week wrap-up and we successfully completed the mission. Cutover (which was virtual this time) went without hitch and VPI became the operator of the sites.