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Is it better to "phase" major software development?

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I am recommending to a client that he "phases" some major changes to an existing piece of software. (It is for the insurance business but that's not very relevant!)

I.e. Phase one might take 3 months but would produce major improvements to processes in general.
Similarly "phase two" might begin when phase 1 is bedded down.
There would probably be three phases - each producing major rewards for client.

I am looking a some links on the web that give the benefits of phasing.
Can anybody point me to such links?
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