Project management – assistance in implementing sourcing, procurement and IT governance projects, with a focus on achieving project objectives and results within the time-, cost- and quality-related limitations set for the project.
The basis for successful sourcing, procurement and IT governance projects lies in understanding the commercial gains to be achieved through the project, be it cost, delivery quality, increased capacity, new services or other results. Infocom Group has through earlier commitments gained a lot of experience and a methodology for conducting this type of project. Our approach ensures that the principal’s expectations and goals are identified and safeguarded while Infocom Group’s experience and methodology facilitates a structured and efficient process.
Infocom Group’s project managers have experience of sourcing, procurement and IT governance projects of different scales. Our typical clients are large and medium-sized businesses, often with an international organization, as well as local and international suppliers. Projects include everything from certain areas to the entire portfolio of IT services. The project managers also possesses expertise in the various disciplines that are often to be seen in this type of projects: setting strategy, prepares contracts, commercial processes, IT management, IT processes, IT services, service management, change management, monitoring of suppliers and contract implementation and transition.
In addition to commercial and professional knowledge and experience, our project managers have necessary project expertise. Ie. knowledge about important project topics such as planning, finance, management, communication, risk management etc. This knowledge is used to ensure that the project delivers within the established framework of scope, time and cost that any project always should have.
Infocom Group’s methodology encompasses all phases and delivery areas that normally form part of a such projects and a framework for establishment of the organization, management and coordination (IT governance) that correspond to the agreements established.
Project managers from Infocom Group can assist as project manager for the whole or part of the project, or as project support to an internal project manager, based on what is most appropriate for the individual client.