Project and Program Management
The more complex the technology involved in the project, the more important are the people who manage and use that technology.
BreakThrough Communications believes that the first step in managing technical projects is understanding the needs of all the people involved, including managers, developers, and the eventual users of the project’s output. Many of the projects we manage depend on getting people from different vocations, departments, geographic regions, and even companies to think and act as a team.
For example, we have created and managed the processes for designing, integrating, and implementing networking solutions for the customers of a major network server manufacturer.
Though the processes we created for this customer are proprietary, the methods we used to develop and manage those processes are available to meet your project management needs.
Recent Project and Program Management experience includes:
- Processes and Procedures Information Project Management – Managing an international team of fourteen people in a project to put a thousand procedural documents online in a consistent format for a financial giant that had recently acquired several smaller institutions in many different states.
- Technical Information Project Management – managing direct reports and contractors to create libraries of technical information resources for proprietary retail and financial software products.
- Marketing Support Program Management – Managing virtual teams & contractors to create marketing support programs for networked computing and networking infrastructure initiatives.