You've no doubt heard the sobering statistic that “85 percent of information technology projects fail to meet one or more of their overall targets regarding time, cost and feature set”.
Today’s projects require clear objectives, leadership, teamwork, budgeting and process administration. At Flexion, we believe the key to success in effective solution development is project management.
Our Project Management Institute (PMI) based Project Management methodologies provide disciplined and sound best practices that help the team achieve project goals while establishing checkpoints to ensure consistency and adherence to budget and time constraints. This structure provides the leadership, processes and procedures required to organize and manage all project participants and technical professionals to achieve expected business results for our clients. In addition to traditional project management approaches, Comprehensive Computer
Consulting project managers and executives have deep experience in Agile product and technology development and adoption for the enterprise.
This contemporary approach reduces risk, offers flexibility, and delivers rapid speed to market or as we call it Velocity to Value.
Flexion reinforces the three components of successful project management:
- project manager competence
- project management infrastructure; relevant tools- all aligned to business need.
- repeatable processes.
These components aid in providing commonality and better management quality. Many of our consultants have earned certification as a PM Professional through PMI - the industry's most recognized distinction in pure project management, which we cross train with our proven application of LEAN and Agile methods to deliver rational and appropriate management regime to specific project needs.
Our Delivery Assurance team works with Flexion Executive Management team to set our project standards, policies and guidelines for project management and quality delivery expectations. They also provide project execution support by working alongside the project managers to guide individual projects from kickoff and delivery to project wrap-up. And last, but not least, they provide delivery assurance oversight through periodic progress and checkpoint reviews.
They assist in keeping the project healthy by facilitating delivery assurance activities to uncover and track true project status and risks to project success.