Our role is to support your project from the beginning until the end by delivering the project scope on time, within budget for complete customer satisfaction.
The usual problem is that a business owner does not fully understand the detail of what the project is going to deliver until the process starts. In many cases, the incremental effort on some projects can lead to significant financial loss. One of the critical factors is the right choice of technology for the project which determines further work.
The scope of a project is linked intimately to the proposed business processes and systems that the project will deliver. Regardless of whether the project is to launch a new product range or discontinue unprofitable parts of the business, the change will affect business processes and systems. The documentation of your business processes and system requirements is as fundamental to project scoping as architects’ plans would be to the costing and scoping of a building project.
The most successful business projects are always driven by an employee who has the authority, vision and influence to drive the required changes in a business. It is doubtful that a business owner (decision maker or similar) will carry out the changes if this person does not exists in a business. However, the project leadership role typically requires significant level of experience and skill, which are not easily found within the business team when they are focused on day-to-day operations. More effective business change projects/programmes and outside expertise are often sought from firms that can bring this specific skill set to the company.