Project Types and Supporting Frameworks

Our team tackles projects across two key phases:
 Implementation and Exploration.
This ensures we can guide solutions from initial concept to successful execution.

Exploratory Projects:

  • Problem-Solving Focus: Facing a business challenge? Our exploratory projects delve deeper to thoroughly understand the issue.
  • Feasibility and Requirements: Through team definition, scope definition, technical feasibility assessment, and cost analysis, we establish the viability of potential solutions before diving into implementation.
  • Data-Driven Decisions: Our conclusion analysis provides clear insights to guide informed decisions about moving forward with a full-scale implementation project.

Implementation Projects:

  • Delivering New Solutions: We handle the rollout of entirely new software solutions, ensuring a smooth transition for your organization.
  • Upgrades and Migrations: Need to update or migrate an existing software solution? We'll manage the process with precision, minimizing disruption.
  • Phased Approach: Our structured approach utilizes five key phases: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring & Control, and Closure. This ensures clear communication and a well-defined roadmap for success.

By offering both Implementation and Exploratory project management, we provide a comprehensive approach to effectively manage and deliver the solutions your organization needs.

Many times the Exploratory Projects address a business problem that needs further requirements and feasibility before an Implementation project can start.

  • Team definition
  • Scope definition
  • Technical Feasibility
  • Cost Rollup
  • Conclusion Analysis 

The implementation framework is a subset of tasks and tools used by the project team throughout the project lifecycle.

  • Project Initiation
  • Project Planning
  • Project Execution
  • Monitor & Control
  • Project Closure