PMO - A Quick Tailor-Made Method To Implement Your Project Management Processes
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Survive The Tough Business Environment
Many businesses operate in a competitive environment under very tough economic downturn conditions. Budget constraints and limited time puts projects at risk, but there is a way to minimise this risk by roping in experts. Outsourcing Project Management Office usually helps to reduce costs as it bolsters the back end functions of the business so you can concentrate on the core functions of your business.
Here's what some of our clients had to say about our services:
What People Are Saying...
(Please note all these testimonials are from real people in real companies – you may even know some of the people listed).
“It takes two to Tango, and with us partnering with ANTS Products and letting them manage our projects we found that we could concentrate on our core business and the Project Management Office roles and those of our executives did not clash but overlapped well in harmony”
“During the economic downturn we had to restructure and dissolve some of our teams, PMO helped us stay afloat as we could draw on expert on how to operate in uncertain times”
“I just cannot see how any organisation can properly conduct Change Management without a dedicated Project Management Office”
What is PMO?
Project Management Office is a structured management process which emphasises the importance of an organised and controlled start, middle and end to a project. It puts you fully in control of projects across multi-disciplinary functions in order to deliver projects on time and within budget.
What PMO Does...
Project Management Office has three main functions:
· To set standards for how projects are run and ensure project managers follow them.
· To gather project data and produce reports, dashboards and metrics for management review.
· To guide and advice project managers.
Why Use PMO?
The top two reasons for establishing a PMO, according to the survey: improving project success rates and implementing standard practices.
Outsourcing a PMO can also help your internal staff get valued experience and skills. Ensuring that your staff learns from the external experienced consultants.
Learn More About Project Management Office
To learn more about PMO, Download free Information Pack entitled "Why You Need A Quick Tailor-Made Method To Implement Your Project Management Processes".
In this information pack you’ll learn:
· How your company can survive and be profitable amidst the economic downturn and skills shortage
· Whether or not your company needs PMO
· The art of outsourcing business functions