Project Management

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A Project Manager must simultaneously manage the four essential elements of a project:

  1. Resources
  2. Time
  3. Money

All these elements are interconnected. Each must be managed effectively if the project or the project manager wants to succeed. All these elements should achieve the function below:

Coordinate with the internal project manager and/or the project manager for the system integrator to ensure a smooth implementation and a predictable schedule

Manage deliverables and resources to ensure that there are no delays

Manage interfaces with other vendors to ensure that any inter-product dependencies are addressed

Manage multi-site installations and plans where required

Synchronize test scheduling with your staff and the system integrator

Act as a single contact point for implementation, planning and scheduling

Act as a single contact point for any ongoing issues that arise during implementation and testing

Organize operational support necessities leading up to launch

Authenticate completion of the project to make sure all essential items are addressed