80% of project failures are due to poor requirements management.
We then review the documented requirements in detail, and come up with a design for the new solution. Visibility of projects, dashboards for upper management, and workflows to standardize project intake are just a few examples of the design elements of any new solution. The results of the organization’s maturity assessment are used to develop a training plan to aid users from all roles in seamlessly acclimating to the new processes and technology.
Finally, if any custom development is required, our Microsoft PPM Consultant will perform this as well. Whether it’s reports and dashboards, to a few custom Apps, to a full-blown system integration, our development team works tirelessly to complete every aspect of the solution that requires development.
Installation, Configuration & Development
A flexible solution allows a client to first crawl, then walk, then run, as their maturity increases and they become acclimated with the technology and process.
Organizations are putting at risk 12 cents for every $1 spent on projects.
For instance, project managers will confirm they can create and save projects, while PMO officers will verity the portfolio analysis capabilities provide the functionality requested during requirements definition. Executives and information consumers however will be focused on validating that any dashboards and reports produce the accurate and timely information from which to make sound business decisions. The end result producing a solution that is ready to be deployed to the user community.
At Integent our Microsoft PPM Training is exceptional because it is a blend of lecture and hands-on exercises, delivered by instructors who are also PPM Consultants that are out in the field every day managing projects. Exercises help solidify the instructed material. While real-world experience provides a level of knowledge not often found in a training manual. This real-world experience is brought into every classroom, whether virtual or in-person, allowing each and every student to benefit tremendously.
41% of employees who receive poor job training leave their positions within the first year.