Does your company experienced any of the following?
  • Projects are on delay, exceed budget, or fail to achieve the required functionality.
  • Poor standard processes and techniques, and lack of unification in implementation.
  • Bad project management without many benefits.
  • The time needed for active project management is not foreseen in the work plan as it is considered “unnecessary”.
  • The projects are “successful” despite the lack of planning and management, but this is achieved with the cost of intense stress and overtime throughout the project life cycle.
We can solve these issues

Proactive project management takes time and effort. 

We have both the resources and the skills to support your business.

Benefits: 

  • Faster and cheaper project implementation.
  • Saving effort and cost through active management.
  • Achieve greater compliance between expected and realized results through better planning.
  • Faster solution to problems.
  • Prevention of possible future risks before the problems themselves arise.
  • More effective expression and management of expectations together with customers, team members and stakeholders.
  • Creating a high-quality product at first attempt.
  • Better finance management.
  • Termination of “bad” projects in a timely manner.
  • Greater emphasis on benchmarks and fact-based decision making.
  • Better working environment.

Professional launch of a project

At the beginning of every project we develop a preliminary statement of its scope. The authority of the contractor and the client are determined. 

We make an overall assessment of all prerequisites and critical factors for the success of the project.

Good project management requires time and efforts investment.

Many people consider themselves to be an "acting" type of person. Planning is usually not the strength of these people. When a problem arises, they discuss it and immediately begin to resolve it.

In order for a project to be implemented quickly and successfully, it is necessary to plan it properly and well in advance. And then discipline is needed to manage it effectively.

properly and well in advance. And then discipline is needed to manage it effectively. We have the skills to do all this!

Processes for implementation of planned activities to achieve expected results

  • Coordinate people's efforts and use of resources
  • Improve interaction between project team members
  • Dissemination of relevant information to all project participants in a timely manner
  • Identifying changes and ensuring that they are analyzed and coordinated
  • Quality assurance and constant improvement of working processes

MONITORING

  • Performance reporting preparation and dissemination of regular project status reports, measuring progress and forecasting future development;
  • Integrated control of changes - monitor all necessary alterations in the course of the project to coordinate changes in scope, timetable or cost that are due to changes in requirements or due to external factors and conditions during project implementation;
  • Quality control - monitoring project-specific outputs and evaluating their compliance with accepted standards, as well as identifying ways to eliminate causes of poor performance;
  • Risk control - monitoring the identified risk factors and their effect on the project objectives; identifying new risks emerging during the project; risk response planning; evaluating the effectiveness of the actions taken and risk avoidance.

Processes for approving and accepting project results

  • Completion of the project - documenting the results at the end of each phase and at the end of the project in order to ensure the formal acceptance of its’ product by the contracting authority, as well as to retrieve and store important project information in an archive and knowledge base for future projects;
  • Completion of contracts - verification of the project’s product and settlement of the relations under the concluded contracts.

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