1-Page Project Brief


A 1-page project brief is a high-level summary of a project on a single page. It is used to quickly provide key details and get alignment between stakeholders.

The key elements of a 1-page project brief typically include:

-Project name and date

-Purpose – The goals and objectives of the project

-Scope – The scope and boundaries of the project. What is included and excluded.

-Deliverables – The tangible outcomes to be produced.

-Timeline – Key project timeframes and milestones.

-Budget – High-level budget for the project.

-Roles – The key roles and responsibilities.

-Risks – Major risks that can impact the project.

-Approvals – Space for approvals and sign-off.

Pace AI’s 1-Page Project Brief tool generates this brief in 30 secs or less so you can spend the time having more productive conversations with stakeholders. The more context of your project you provide the better the draft created.  

How to use the 1-Page Project Brief tool? #

Step 1 – Search or Select the 1-Page Project Brief tool from your dashboard 

Step 2: Describe your product or project in as much detail as possible. 

Tip: Providing a detailed description leads to a more precise user story being generated.

Step 3: Select the ‘Generate’ button

Example #


A process automation system for an ISP


Project Description: Process Automation System for an ISP

Objective: The objective of this project is to design and implement a process automation system for an Internet Service Provider (ISP). The automation system should streamline and optimize the ISP’s operational processes, increase efficiency, and improve customer service.

Project Scope: The project will involve the development, implementation, and integration of a comprehensive process automation system tailored specifically for the ISP’s operations. The system will encompass various key areas such as customer onboarding, billing, network monitoring, service provisioning, technical support, and complaint tracking.

Key Deliverables:

1. Requirements Gathering and Analysis:  

– Conduct interviews and workshops with key stakeholders to understand the current processes, pain points, and desired outcomes.

 – Analyze the collected data to identify areas for process optimization and automation.

2. System Design and Development:    

– Design a scalable and customizable automation system architecture based on industry best practices and the ISP’s unique requirements.  

 – Develop automated workflows and process maps to streamline operations.  

 – Build a user-friendly interface for seamless navigation and interaction with the system.

3. Integration:    

– Integrate the automation system with existing IT infrastructure, databases, and systems such as customer relationship management (CRM) and billing systems.  

 – Ensure data consistency and integrity during integration to avoid disruption in day-to-day operations.

4. Testing and Quality Assurance:  

 – Conduct comprehensive testing, including functional, performance, and security testing, to identify and fix any issues or bugs.    

– Validate that the automation system meets the defined requirements and delivers expected outcomes.  

 – Address any feedback or concerns from end-users during the testing phase.

5. Training and Change Management:  

 – Develop training materials and conduct training sessions for employees to ensure a smooth transition to the new automation system.    

– Implement change management strategies to minimize resistance to change and maximize user adoption rates.

6. Deployment and Post-Implementation Support:  

 – Plan and execute a phased deployment strategy to minimize disruption to ongoing operations.  

 – Provide post-implementation support to address any technical issues or user concerns that may arise during the initial period of system use.

Key Constraints:

– Adherence to budgetary constraints and efficient resource allocation.

– Timely completion of project milestones and adherence to agreed-upon timelines.

– Integration with existing systems and databases without compromising data integrity.

– Meeting regulatory and legal requirements, including data protection and privacy regulations.

Key Success Factors:

– Improved operational efficiency and reduced process cycle times leading to cost savings.

– Enhanced customer experience through faster service provisioning and complaint resolution.

– Increased automation and elimination of manual errors resulting in improved accuracy and productivity.

– Improved data visibility and analytics capabilities to support data-driven decision making.

– Seamless integration with existing systems and minimal disruption to ongoing operations.

Project Team:

– Project Manager

– Business Analyst

– System Analyst

– Software Developers

– Database Administrators

– Quality Assurance/Testers

– Technical Support Staff

– Change Management Specialist

Please Note: This project brief provides an overview of the process automation system project for an ISP. Further detailing and customization will be required in collaboration with relevant stakeholders for a successful project execution.

I hope you found this guide helpful. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us.

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Updated on December 4, 2023