You need a Project Manager for your next ERP project.
ERP implementations disrupt business operations and place huge demands on the time and attention of company leadership, functional area leaders, subject matter experts and the IT staff. The role of a PM is to ease that burden. An experienced PM is worth their weight in platinum.
You may be tempted to PM the project yourself. But ask yourself “Do I really have the time or the right experience?”.
A good PM will manage the following things for you:
- Add Value – An experienced PM will help you identify and avoid the typical bear traps, and other impediments that will inhibit your project’s success. They will help you reduce wastes of time, resources and money.
- Establish Effective and Efficient Project Governance – Project governance refers to those processes that provide project control support for project sponsors, decision-makers and stakeholders.
- Manage Project-related Communications – Communicating the project status helps keep the project team and stakeholders informed.
- Manage the Schedule – Effective PMs aggressively manage the work using detailed project schedules, monitor schedule variances and recommend corrective actions to keep the project on track and on budget.
- Monitor and Manage the Project Team’s Performance – Performance management leverages routine status checks to ensure performance issues are identified and corrected quickly.
- Manage Risks, Issues and Changes to Scope, Timelines and Budgets – The most common reasons projects fail are related to poor management of risks, issues and scope. Good PMs identify, evaluate and communicate risks, issues and the impact of change requests to affected stakeholders. They also coordinate optional solutions to deal with issues as (or before) they appear.
It’s clear that someone needs to ensure the project stays on track. You owe to it to yourself to go with an experienced professional. Contact Tridea today at firstname.lastname@example.org.