Project Management

Outsource Project Management

With experience of over two decades in the IT world and launching global proprietary SaaS products we understand a thing or two about project management and what it takes to keep a project on track.


Our principles of Outsourcing project management from start to finish, involve a team of individuals with various abilities and expertise backed by exceptional market experience. The team is responsible for preparing and executing the project objectives and this requires more than just labor resources. Every project has a life cycle schedule defined by the following:



    This phase is key to successful project management and focuses on developing a roadmap that everyone will follow. This phase typically begins with setting goals. Our method for setting goals S.M.A.R.T.

    Specific. Measurable. Attainable. Realistic. Timely

    At this time, roles and responsibilities are clearly defined, so everyone involved knows what they are accountable for. Here are some of the tasks a PM with his team, creates during this phase to ensure the project will stay on track:

    • Scope Statement
    • Work Breakdown Schedule (WBS)
    • Milestones
    • Documentation
    • Communication Plan
    • Analysis
  2. KICK- OFF

    This is the phase where deliverables are developed and completed. This often feels like the meat of the project since a lot is happening during this time, like status reports and meetings, development updates, and performance reports. A "kick-off" meeting usually marks the start of the Project Execution phase where the teams involved are informed of their responsibilities.

    Tasks completed during the Execution Phase include:

    • Develop a team & Assign resources
    • Execute project management plans
    • Procurement management if needed
    • PM directs and manages project execution
    • Set up tracking systems
    • Task assignments are executed
    • Status meetings
    • Update project schedule
    • Modify project plans as needed

    This is all about measuring project progression and performance and ensuring that everything happening aligns with the project management plan. Project managers will use key performance indicators (KPIs) to determine if the project is on track. A PM will typically pick two to five of these KPIs to measure project performance:

    • Project Objectives:
    • Quality Deliverables:
    • Effort and Cost Tracking:
    • Project Performance:
      • During this time, PMs may need to adjust schedules and resources to ensure the project is on track