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Adjustability of ARIADNE on Other International Methodologies

ARIADNE today can be used in such a way the can be compatible with the way other international methodologies operate.

If for example an organization is using a specific methodology for systems development, RUP or PRINCE in this case, the organization can still use ARIADNE without having conflict in the execution of the processes if they come from more than only methodology.

ARIADNE can function supplementary to any other methodology used by any organization due to the large number of process models that it has. 

Specifically, ARIADNE today can be adjusted exactly to the structure, produce the derivables and inherent the logic of 24 other methodologies from the 50 methodologies primarily used to be built.  This means that ARIADNE can be adjusted to the requirements of each methodology by transforming the ARIADNE templates and other methodological elements in such a way that they can be accepted in the operations of many other methodologies.

Another example will be based on an opposite scenario.  Assuming that an organization uses PRINCE for project management, then the organization can also use ARIADNE since ARIADNE is capable to be adjusted to the structure, deliverables and philosophy of PRINCE, adding to this new methodological approach all the ARIADNE innovations to the degree that is desired by the customer organization.

This is happening in order for the organization to have a smooth methodological transfer to ARIADNE using all ARIADNE technologies and innovations.

Based on this way of using the methodology, and as time goes by, an organization starts to realize the benefits of ARIADNE, and works towards inheriting them on its everyday procedures.

On the other hand, the same reason stands for organizations that seek a new methodology even when they have currently one in place.

Those organizations need this methodological transfer to be as smooth as possible and expect the new methodology to be at least as operational as the one leaving behind. 

If that is not the reason for an organization seeking a methodology or need to change the existing methodology, then there are not many reasons to think of why an organization might want this methodological change.