Project Management

The Project Life Cycle refers to a series of activities which are necessary to fulfill project goals or objectives.


Project management

Life cycle project

     Managing public safety communications projects benefit from taking a project lifecycle approach, according to iMobtree Solutions its consists of five stages and requires a disciplined approach to success. The Project Life Cycle refers to a series of activities which are necessary to fulfill project goals or objectives. The Project Management of iMobtree solutions stages are as follow :

  • 1) Initiating Process,
  • 2) Planning Process,
  • 3) Executing Process,
  • 4) Monitoring and Control Process,
  • 5) Finalize Process.

     To successfully implement your technology project, We are following to understand these key stages. It includes purchase price, installation costs, operating costs, maintenance and upgrade costs, and remaining residual or salvage value at the end of ownership or its useful life. Best practices in project management require two essential elements: collaboration and coordination. iMotree solutions gives you both, ensuring a smooth-running project from beginning to end. Familiar to-dos include assigning action items, tracking progress toward due dates and reporting right down to each individual task.


Initiating Project

     All projects start with an idea for a product, service or another desirable outcome. The initiating process group then determines the nature and scope of the project. Not performing this stage well means it’s unlikely the project will be successful in meeting the business’ needs.iMobtree Solutions has The key project controls which means, an understanding of the business environment and incorporating all necessary checks into the project. These are the key components:

  • Business case
  • Scope and deliverables
  • Objectives
  • Resources needed
  • Milestone plan and timeline
  • Cost estimate
  • Risks and issues
  • Dependencies


Planning Project

     Project planning begins with engaging an experienced, capable project manager, Our project manager can bring the key stakeholders together to confirm the project’s objectives and secure commitment of resources. The project management plan that emerges should clearly articulate the objectives, milestones, and resources that the project requires to succeed. iMobtree Solutions ensures that the plan receives proper review by the project’s governance structure, and that it remains a current, relevant document for all throughout the project.
Thoughtful, careful planning at the right level of detail is a critical success factor for any technology project. We have many elements and factors in planing, to include:

  • Developing the scope statement
  • Developing the schedule
  • Developing the budget
  • Selecting the team
  • Creating a work breakdown structure
  • Identifying deliverables
  • Planning for risk
  • Establishing a communication plan


Executing Project

     iMobtree Solutions believe that Executing the project can only begin once proper planning is complete. After that our project manager now begins to assemble the project team and focuses on actuating the project plan. The project is now moving ahead and resources, procurements, installations, documentation, etc. are all being executed—however, this does not suggest that all elements are as planned. This is where the project manager must manage stakeholder expectations and provide the bridge between the project technical objectives and business objectives.


Monitoring & Controlling Project

     We continues ensure the project stays within the constraints identified in the planning stages of the lifecycle. However, a project management plan is not a perfect prediction of how the project will go, nor is it a set of precise instructions to be followed without consideration of circumstances that arise during the project. iMobtree Solutions suggest successful projects also recognize that it is important to avoid over-planning – that it is best to do the right amount of planning; to identify key objectives, milestones, and resources; and to plan frequent and well-communicated updates to the plan as the project unfolds.


Finalizing Project

     Finalizing project means finishing all activities across all process groups, disbanding the project team and signing off the project with the customer. At this point, it’s important to know how well the project has performed. This task is done using the project closure report. The report communicates how well the project has performed against its original business case, quality measures, cost, duration and tolerances. Rather than leave valuable project experiences locked in people’s heads, it’s a good idea to complete and publish a lessons learned report. This report passes on valuable lessons that future projects can apply.


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