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We have had demonstrated and sustained success in program and project management by developing and deploying our unique, customized quantitative management approaches and tools.

What differentiates our approach?

  • Forward-looking program management approach— versus reactive — based on ongoing quantitative analysis and metrics
  • Integration of cost and risk quantitative analytics to perform predictive management analysis to reduce program risk, ensure tight ongoing cost controls, and provide organizational leaders with predictive information
  • Customized tools and quantitative techniques to integrate risk analytics and financial analysis into ongoing reporting, monitoring, and risk mitigation
  • Decision-makers have ‘hard’ data backing up the status, corrective actions and preventive measures needed to prevent problems before they arise or to correct issues swiftly and precisely
  • Tools and approaches tailored to program complexity
  • Approach to monitoring, reporting and analysis is not based on generic project management practices. Rather, our tools are specifically developed to be cognizant of internal organizational operations (intra-program coordination, cross-organizational reporting and coordination)
  • We scale our analysis, tools, metrics, and our products to the complexity of the program or project, such that all of our analysis and management is actionable and usable by the client organizations we serve

We have achieved significant results for clients by developing and deploying our customized enterprise risk management approach for projects and enterprise information technology implementations.

What distinguishes our approach to risk management?

  • Proactively focused ‘effectiveness’ analysis
  • We scale our risk metrics to the project level, program level or enterprise level, as needed
  • Customized tools and quantitative techniques to integrate risk analytics and financial analysis into on-going reporting, monitoring, and risk mitigation
  • Risk management plans, mitigation plans and action-tracking are fully aligned with best practices in project management and information technology management

We have significant experience in information technology cost analysis.

What is our understanding of IT cost analysis and enterprise IT infrastructure consolidation?
  • We understand that as individual offices relinquish control of the acquisition of common technology services, they are looking to compare the costs and quality of technology services prior to consolidation. These sub-organizations are looking for transparency and improved service delivery, while the larger enterprise is looking to measure savings, quality of service, operational effectiveness, and financial accountability
  • We understand the need for a clear, communicable, and standardized pricing model and charge-back methodology and a total lifecycle cost approach to appropriately monitor the overall acquisition savings and return on investment targeted by the central or enterprise level organization