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Who does what when implementing Aconex

Having the right people involved in the implementation and rollout of Aconex reduces delays and increases the chance of success.

Your team

Implementing Aconex involves a lot of people, a lot of discussion and a lot of decision making. So it’s important you have the right people working with you on the project. We recommend creating a team that includes the following:

RoleResponsibilitiesLikely job title
Executive sponsorCommercial decision maker who identifies success criteria and drives the team to maximize the value in Aconex.Project Director, General Manager, National Program Manager
Steering committeePursues collaboration and ensures configuration meets needs for stakeholders. Provides guidance on business priorities and final approval for Go Live.Information Manager, QA/QC Manager, Construction Manager, Project Manager, Project Controls Manager, Design Manager
Subject matter expertsProvide use case for managing information. Implement agreed processes and provide support, quality control, and auditing.Engineering Manager, Discipline Lead, Technical Manager, Document Control Manager
ChampionsAdvanced users who participate in day-to-day execution of Aconex. Able to answer questions and support the roll-out.Document Controller, Site Manager, Contracts Administrator, Engineering Disciplines

People with Organization and Project Administrator roles can change a variety of settings and run other key tasks such as creating new user accounts. You should identify who these people are, and make sure they are trained during the delivery phase.

Additionally, all users have access to specific system functionality. What this is depends on their role in your organization. You can find out more about what these roles can do in our article Aconex user roles.

The Aconex team

Implementing Aconex is not something you’d normally do on your own: there’ll be a team of people using their experience to support your project from the initial meetings all the way through to roll out.

This team usually consists of the following roles. Of course, your point of contact will depend on the agreement created for your specific project needs.

Service DeskGlobal team available 24/7. Contact us form, email or phone, providing support in multiple languages.
ConsultantExecution of product implementation, project support and client relationship.
Client Services ManagerOversee successful implementation and service as well as point of escalation.
Regional Client Services ManagerOverall responsibility and management of the Client Services team. Drives customer experience, effective implementation and service.
Industry ConsultantIndustry experience for additional consulting needs, business analysis and process engineering.
Product SpecialistProvide expertise on the implementation and use of specific products or modules.
Engagement ManagerChange management and planning for large, complex engagements. Single point of contact for optimal use of Aconex including reporting on agreed success criteria
Account ManagerManagement of the commercial agreement, account relationship and growth.

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