Project Management

is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve project. Our Project Management methodologies are flexible and agile, helping our customers to deliver business value rapidly.


What is a project?

A project is a temporary period of time with a defined beginning and end, undertaken to meet unique objectives, typically to bring added value or beneficial change. The temporary nature stands in contrast with operations, which are repetitive, or permanent functional activities to produce products or services. A project is usually time-cost-scope constrained.

What is Project Management?

Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing, and managing resources to achieve project. In other words, Project Management is the set of methods, processes and systems supporting project and program delivery.
Our Project Managers are highly experienced, with software Applications and Business expertise. They are certified (PMP and SCRUM) and have between ten to twenty years’ experience working with leaders, managers, and teams in the Industry, Retail, e-commerce, UN and NGO. They are flexible and highly dedicated to integrate our customer teams and support your internal Project Managers.

Manage project

In most companies, projects and project management are important to execute strategy but complex to manage: These are absolute must to develop innovation, performance and differentiation from the competition. In this sense, project management became industrialized and a convenience.
In the same time, it is often a source of cultural and human difficulties. Each company is culturally "unique" and each project is defined as different. This apparent contradiction between "Industrialization" and "uniqueness" makes very difficult to find good project managers, able to adapt themselves to the company culture while successfully delivering project value added. It is even more difficult to keep these talents by giving them career path and perspectives, project after project...

Manage project portfolio

The Project Portfolio Management (PPM) is supporting, following and controlling a collection of important investment projects all related in some way: by business line, organizational unit, part of a large program or institutional.
The Project Management Office (PMO) is the internal structure usually in charge of PPM with the following main objectives:
Strategic - Better align projects to company long term strategy.
Tactical - Launch the right projects at the right moment for the organization.
Economical - Increase synergy between projects. Reduce risks and delays. Increase ROI, Resource Management and Value creation.
Organizational - Better communication between projects stakeholders.

What turns a strategic project into success?

“Just” a couple of stakeholders: The Business Project Manager and The Project Sponsor. This is as simple as that.
The rest is very important, but only to support project process as smoothly as possible (Project Methodology, Risk Management, Change Management, Project delivery team, Integrator, Software…).
We are not talking here about tactical projects which don’t involve major changes, nether about small or startup companies where change and innovation are intrinsic. We are concentrated on big organizations facing strategic projects where change is key.
A strategic project is by definition unique, it brings change and innovation to the organization. The business Project Manager (Product owner) supports these changes; the Sponsor supports the Project Manager and decides. This magic tandem is a must to deliver value to the project.

What happens if the tandem is inefficient?

If one of these two pillars is deficient, only two scenarios are possible:
- The project simply stops, which is emotionally difficult for delivery teams, but may be positive to the organization, expressing a lake of project maturity,
- The project goes to the end, generally with high costs (human and financial) and/or with very poor value to the organization.