To successfully execute on an idea or project, organizations often develop a set of proofs, or tests, that define its success criteria. The use of a proof-of-concept template, which can be applied to various projects, can help businesses bridge the gap between the visionary and delivery stages of production efforts.
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Here, we've compiled a sampling of free proof-of-concept templates from around the Web to help you plan and execute your IT projects.
SOURCE: Microsoft TechNet
OFFERING: This sample of a vision scope template outlines the architecture and implementation for developing a proof of concept.
SOURCE: National Research Foundation
OFFERING: This proof-of-concept grant scheme template allows businesses to outline the objectives and scope of a proposed application.
OFFERING: This technology proof-of-concept template sample provides an in-depth explanation on how to outline a methodology for a proof of any scale and how to assess the necessary technical environment and anticipated requirements for a new system.
OFFERING: This proof-of-concept report from June 2011 examines trusted sources of data and provides organizations with guidelines when testing basic architecture proposals for desired systems.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation
OFFERING: This proof-of-concept testing report, created by the U.S. Department of Transportation's (USDOT) Intelligent Transportation Systems office, documents their methodology and results with next-generation 911 calling systems, providing a baseline for future testing of these systems.
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This was first published in August 2012