Good project management does not guarantee the success of a project; a project’s success does not depend upon meeting the originally defined schedule, budget, or scope. But, lack of good project management practices too often means accruing extraordinarily higher costs, experiencing interminable delays, and can result in a product that has disappointing capabilities.
If your Project Management Office has already defined a set of project management plans and work products, we can readily adapt our approach to work with yours. More importantly, we establish practices that update, and follow, the plans throughout the project life cycle. We incorporate: content management repositories, database management, workflow, and automated queries/reports to support project management processes.
With the use of Microsoft’s SharePoint we have overcome the limitations of desktop technologies and introduced internet-enabled, multi-user, database-centric, and role-based security to project administration capabilities and responsibilities.