Project Management

project management

Project Management

Offering professional management services, we save your time. Our project managers undertake the hardest work of coordinating the working process to implement your idea.

Project managers can get on board at any stage but the best success comes when the manager works with the team fromt the very first stage of project analysis and estimation.

Many businesses activities are carried out as projects. And when managing projects, you are constantly challenged by the expectations and needs of your customers.

When you store your business data on a single, central platform, you can gain complete insight into your business activities. Your co-workers always have real-time project data at hand –from the moment a new project arises to invoicing and payment.

Managing the Project

Initiation

This is an evaluation of the project’s goals, timeline and costs to determine if the project should be executed. It balances the requirements of the project with available resources to see if pursuing the project makes sense.

Planning

The project plan also prepares teams for the obstacles they might encounter over the course of the project, and helps them understand the cost, scope and timeframe of the project.

Execution

This is the phase that is most commonly associated with project management. Execution is all about building deliverables that satisfy the customer. Team leaders make this happen by allocating resources and keeping team members focused on their assigned tasks.

Monitoring and controlling

Monitoring and control are sometimes combined with execution because they often occur at the same time. As teams execute their project plan, they must constantly monitor their own progress. To guarantee delivery of what was promised, teams must monitor tasks to prevent scope creep, calculate key performance indicators and track variations from allotted cost and time. This constant vigilance helps keep the project moving ahead smoothly.

Closing

Teams close a project when they deliver the finished project to the customer, communicating completion to stakeholders and releasing resources to other projects. This vital step in the project lifecycle allows the team to evaluate and document the project and move on the next one, using previous project mistakes and successes to build stronger processes and more successful teams. Although project management may seem overwhelming at times, breaking it down into these five distinct cycles can help your team manage even the most complex projects and use time and resources more wisely.