Project Management

We provide our clients with the skills and expertise necessary to implement their Information Technology projects. Typically, we are involved in the full project life cycle, from initial planning through to implementation and close-out.

We use industry-leading standards including Scrum and Project Management Body of Knowledge.

The process we take in managing projects can vary depending on the specific client goal. However, we we will provide you with a general outline of our typical project management process. Here are the key steps we follow:

Project Initiation

Define the project objectives, scope, and deliverables.
Identify key stakeholders and their roles.
Conduct a feasibility study to assess project viability.
Create a project charter or initiation document.

Project Planning

Define project milestones, tasks, and activities.
Develop a project schedule and timeline.
Identify required resources, such as personnel, budget, and equipment.
Perform risk assessment and develop a risk management plan.
Establish communication and collaboration channels.
Set quality standards and define metrics for project success.

Project Execution

Assign tasks to team members and provide necessary resources.
Monitor project progress and track milestones.
Manage project risks and implement mitigation strategies.
Facilitate effective communication and collaboration among team members.
Address issues and resolve conflicts as they arise.
Ensure adherence to the project schedule and budget.
Collect and analyze project data for performance evaluation.

Project Monitoring and Control

Continuously monitor project progress against the plan.
Measure and track key performance indicators (KPIs).
Conduct regular project status meetings and progress reporting.
Take corrective actions to address deviations or risks.
Adjust project plans, resources, or schedules as needed.
Manage change requests and assess their impact on the project.
Ensure compliance with relevant regulations and standards.

Project Closure

Complete all project deliverables and obtain necessary approvals.
Perform a final project review and evaluation.
Document lessons learned and best practices for future projects.
Conduct a post-project assessment to measure project success.
Transition project outcomes to the appropriate stakeholders or departments.
Celebrate achievements and recognize the efforts of the project team.
Close out contracts, finalize financials, and archive project documentation.