Changes between Version 51 and Version 52 of adoptibis


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Timestamp:
12/05/16 13:43:10 (6 years ago)
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Garth Braithwaite
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    3434- How much bureaucracy does your agency have concerning IT, web sites, and data?
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    36 '''NOTE:'''  If an adopter does not have the needed data stewards or personnel with available time to dedicate to implementing a website and maintaining data then the primary option is to contract with STG to get engineering support.  General implementation costs are $5,000 per query dataset, $1,000 per web page, $5,000 for an indicator profile.  IT setup is typically $10,000.  Ongoing maintenance and support typically costs about $15,000 annually but can be much higher depending on the needs of the adopter.
     36'''SIMPLE HIGH SUPPORT COST ESTIMATES:'''  If an adopter does not have the needed data stewards or personnel with available time to dedicate to implementing a website and maintaining data then the primary option is to contract with STG (see below) to get engineering support.  Typically these costs could be:
     37- General IT help and implementation: $10,000
     38- Look and feel development, site planning meetings etc: $10,000
     39- Queryable dataset: $10,000 per query dataset (so 10 modules could be $100,000)
     40- $1,000 per static web page (so 10 webpages = $10,000)
     41- $5,000 per indicator profile. 
     42- Ongoing maintenance and support typically costs about $15,000 annually but can be much higher depending on the needs of the adopter.
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    3844'''''Software Development and Support'''''
     
    4248 * Software development and support contracts are available through [http://www.stgutah.com Software Technology Group (STG)], a private company in Salt Lake City, UT. The IBIS-PH community has built an excellent rapport with STG technical staff persons who work with IBIS-PH.  STG has many years of experience with IBIS-PH and has demonstrated their passion for the project and enthusiasm for providing solutions in the best interests of the IBIS-PH community. Further, monthly conference calls with IBIS-PH development and support persons, Garth Braithwaite, Paul Leo, and Zhiwei Liu, are held to ensure transparency and communication with the IBIS-PH community.
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    44 ''' BOTTOM LINE: The IBIS-PH software is free, has a number of great features that can be used to meet much of what adopting agency needs, and when compared to some solutions can be fairly easy to adopt.  It is not all things to all organizations - it is not even a 100% match for any of the existing adopters.  Anytime an agency collects and shares data it will have significant "soft" costs (whether doing everything 100% manually or implementing a robust data warehouse solution or putting your data into a cloud based system).  The IBIS-PH software provides significant value when considering total cost of ownership for those adopters who want to control / own their online data presence which meets 80% of their data dissemination needs.   
     50''' BOTTOM LINE: The IBIS-PH software is free, has a number of great features that can be used to meet much of what adopting agency needs, and when compared to some solutions can be cheaper and fairly easy to adopt.  It is not all things to all organizations - it is not even a 100% match for any of the existing adopters.  Anytime an agency collects and shares data it will have significant "soft" costs (whether employing a 100% manual website, implementing a robust data warehouse solution, using IBIS, or putting your data into a cloud based commercial system).  The IBIS-PH software aims to provide 80% of an adopters data dissemination needs with the least total cost of ownership for those adopters who want to control and/or own their online data presence.