Technology is always moving, changing, adapting and challenging business as we know it. T|Street Project Management services employ solid and tangible elements. Our project management services are geared to design and executing projects such as creating a unique IT product, service or environment, removing old servers, developing custom e-commerce sites, creating new desktop images or merging databases. We know all projects are constrained by three factors—time, cost and scope. For a project to be successful, these three constraints must be in equilibrium. If any constraint is out of balance, the project runs the risk of heading for disaster. Our project design and leadership capabilities help mitigate such risks. Our overarching Project Management services help our clients navigate through the initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, controlling, and closing phases. Each phase contains processes which move T|Street managed projects from idea to implementation in the most effective way possible.
IT projects succeed at the beginning—not the end—with sufficient planning. T|Street has the experience to ensure its clients consider the resources it needs to devote to a project, the skills required and the people who need to be involved, and realistically consider the time it will take to create, test and implement the project deliverables. We see this as a non-negotiable premise. The alternative? Projects run the risk of becoming a mess—and this is not an option. T|Street will put its clients in a position to complete their technology project on time, on budget and with the required functionality—which are three essential factors for project success.
Distilling a Project
By employing T|Street Project Management professionals, the project scope will be executed by breaking it down into a series of smaller, more manageable projects. For example, a project to convert all of an organization's historical records, forms and transactions from paper to an online digital database can be incredibly complex and time consuming. A series of smaller projects allows for more manageable endeavors, such as first converting the existing records to digital, and then a second project to use the digital database internally, and then a third project to bring the database to the Web. These smaller projects can be completed sequentially and with more flexibility than a large, complicated and cumbersome project. It sounds reasonable, yes. However, the mastery is T|Street’s execution.