Projects are critical to the success of any organization. They are the activities that result in new or changed products, services, environments, processes and organizations. Projects increase sales, improve customer satisfaction, reduce costs, improve the work environment, competitive advantage and result in other benefits.
Biztech Solutions is happy to work to support organizations with project implementations.We implement projects in accordance with the standard set by PMI
Our staff have a great deal of IT and Business management experience that can be utilized if these skills are lacking within your company. Coordinating large numbers of separate contractors to ensure that your project is completed on time is no easy task.
Simply ensuring that projects are in alignment with strategic plans of the organization and delivery within time, scope and budget is not an easy task.
For companies with project management needs , we are happy to provide the implementation skills to ensure that the project is implemented correctly first time.
If you have a project that you think you may need some guidance on or assistance with, send us a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we are happy to discuss your needs.
Competing demands for scope, time, cost, risk and quality
Stakeholders with differing needs and expectations
Project managers and their managers and clients must be flexible and adaptable to be effective. Effective PM recognizes that projects in different environments and of different types require variations on the basic PM principles. Effective PM requires ad hoc adjustments, based on moment to moment assessments of current conditions, within the context of a comprehensive plan created using sound and consistent methods and relevant past experience. Effective PM requires collaborative efforts among project stakeholders (participants, clients and other interested parties).
Project management addresses the full range of activities from the beginning to the end of a project and addresses the management of multiple projects within programs and across organizations. PM addresses "technical" skills like scheduling, cost estimating, and statistical risk management and encompasses complex disciplines such as scope (product) definition, procurement management, human resource management and communications.