IT Project Management Services
Leave your project management needs confidently in our hands.
With a project manager on your team, you can expect them to be responsible for as little as you need or for the entirety of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). From planning, leading, and coordinating, to overseeing those involved in project analysis, design, development, implementation, maintenance and support of IT initiatives.
The project manager is generally utilized to collaborate with all parties involved in the project to define the project scope, objectives, and to identify which skills and resources will be required for the team.
If your organization had someone with the ability to quickly understand your unique business challenges and the skill to communicate those challenges to every level of the technical team, wouldn’t that make a difference in the success of the project?
Dr Klyne Smith,
Head of Project Management &
IT Project Initiation
Leadership and Project Expertise to lead RFP and SOW activities
Supporting companies as they work with their customers to identify and document project business and user requirements. Supporting the pre-sales effort from a delivery expertise perspective to help customers understand required activities for desired project results.
Documented Business and User Requirements document
Business and User Flows (use cases)
Initial Project Schedule
Initial Risks with Mitigation
Defining Project and Organization KPI’s
IT Project Planning
Project Leadership and Requirements Expertise (Drive Quality Planning)
Project Planning – Delivery – Leading the project, bringing in required resources to complete the planning and setup for project success.
Use Cases and System Flows
System Concept Diagram
System High Level
Baseline Project Schedule
Project Delivery Model
IT Project Execution
Project Delivery Expertise utilizing best practices software delivery and project management methodologies
Leading the project, bringing in required resources, optimizing delivery model, controlling customer, vendors, and internal resources for a successful delivery.
Baseline Project Schedule
Project Communication, Risk, Financial, Governance, Change, and Vendor Management Plans
Deployment of Solution
Modification of Deployment Model as required
Transition plan to Operations
Project Closeout with Lesson Learns Document
IT Project Management Consulting
Providing Project Executive expertise to train, coach, mentor, and restructure current PMO
Reviewing current IT and organization model
Create a process map for each organization that includes inputs, processes, and outputs
Identifying and presenting solutions to identified gaps
Reviewing current PMO model and recommending suggested improvements
Coaching and mentoring existing PM team to close any identified ways of working challenges