History is littered with examples of software and technology
development projects gone awry. Slipped schedules and budget
overruns are typical, and even cases where the project was just too
ambitious to succeed at the start are common.
See how best practices project management can bring your project to
At Lower Cost!
There has been always been a critical shortage of proper computer software project management. Best practices project management and development can be the difference between failure and success for your project
Key components include:
Rather than develop
a project to be thrown over the wall to you at its completion, intermediate
deliverables can show you how the project is progressing before it's too
late. These deliverables include schedules, story boards, graphical user
interface (GUI) mock-ups and menu designs, and working prototypes.
Without these items, what you get in the end may be an unpleasant suprise.
Staged project deliverables
It usually makes
sense to begin with a reduced set of expectations for Version 1 of the project,
then add additional functionality in subsequent versions. This greatly
increases the probability of success and increases ROI by getting the project
completed more quickly and into operation.
A system release plan from the start
A system engineered
ad-hoc will soon become a nightmare to manage, and force artificial limitations
on functionality. The use of modern design methodologies force a
graceful design which allows more efficient development, and allow new features
to be added later as natural extensions.
Use of proven design methodologies
Professional systems for Source Control and Issue Management
issue management, and change control systems are vital for projects of any
size. Our exclusive I-Track system allows powerful tracking of these
issues for your project.
Please call us for a free initial consultation on your project: 1-877-288-0188 (toll-free)