The fundamental PPM challenges faced by organisations are very similar across all industries.

[info_list style=”circle with_bg” font_size_icon=”24″][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]The need to centralise, track and gain visibility into projects and resources for more effective project execution[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]The requirement to maximize the utilization of resources and teams with greater visibility of demand and capacity[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]To ensure transparency of project costs[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]Automation of manual processes to reduce the overhead on the PMO, speed decision making, improve consistency and reduce cycle times[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_icon=”Defaults-check”]To make fact-based decisions about initiatives and investments[/info_list_item][/info_list]

QIC is designed to be a simpler, faster and more cost effective approach to deploying a Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) solution

How do we fix this?

The design thinking behind the QIC package

Start with a foundation

Focus on the fundamental elements that make up a PPM solution, ensure that users are well educated, adoption is high and the solution is delivering immediate value.

With QIC, we follow a prescriptive approach to deploying a PPM solution. This allows us to control scope, keeps external costs in control and deliver a valuable PPM solution in the shortest possible time with minimum impact.

Then build on top

A solid foundation will give your organisation time to appreciate the value of a PPM solution. Changes and additional requirements can then be absorbed into the solution, unlocking additional benefits as organisational maturity increases.