Project Management 2018-06-05T11:43:54+00:00

Project Management

One of the most significant areas of a business is project management—and one that most businesses tend to struggle with. thePulse is here to assist you with that business need, so that you can focus on prioritizing and executing strategic projects without the fear of losing sight of other priorities. Instead, allow our team to help guide you not only in the planning aspect, but to truly understand your business needs, your culture and facilitate your project from initiation to close.

REACH OUT

OPTIMIZING YOUR BUSINESS ONE PROJECT AT A TIME

37% of projects are at risk of failure.  Don’t let yours be one of them.

If you are looking for some assistance managing an existing project in your business, let thePulse help you minimize risk and ancillary costs by giving you an experienced and trained Project Manager to instruct and lead your team, while working side-by-side with your on-site resources throughout the project. We excel in both Agile and Waterfall methodologies and are up-to-date with the PMI (Project Management Institute) Project Management standards.  Our approach revolves around what’s best for your business, and how that fits into the five knowledge areas of project management.

Services & Areas of Expertise

  • Project Planning & Management

  • Data Analysis

  • Virtual or On-Site Meetings

  • Documentation Services

  • Training Services

  • Implementation Management

Project Types

  • Software Development

  • Security Implementations (PCI)

  • Website/Mobile App Development

  • Software Integrations

  • Inventory Management

  • Other IT/Corporate Projects

OUR PROCESS

PROJECT LIFE CYCLE

According to PMI Global Standard &  PMBOK® Guide

Why let thePulse help manage your project?

thePulse excels in forward-thinking and values the upcoming changes that will affect businesses. Project Management, just like every other area of the business will need to change and adapt to the ways the future is taking us. Due to the increasing pace of business and growing technology, it will be imperative to shorten project timelines. More businesses are cutting down on their PMO and internal employees, and contracting this work out to cut costs and internal responsibility. The growth of automation also plays a large role in contractors being able to get the job done more efficiently and painless than an internal team with manual processes. thePulse has experts trained in the future of Project Management and a passion to help your business grow, allowing you to focus on agility and prioritizing proactive changes for the approaching future.

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