Project Management

Successful software projects are based on an experienced and motivated team, which is managed in a targeted way and is supplemented by junior resources. Planning, coordination and control of projects are factors for the successful completion of your projects, in time, quality and budget.

The key qualifications required for successful project management are communication skills, social competence, as well as a structured, analytical approach of the project management. This also makes it possible to identify and manage project risks at an early stage.

Which project management approach do you prefer - classical / phase-oriented project management or agile project management using the 'sprint' method SCRUM?

The classical, phase-oriented project management allows a medium to long-term planning of your software projects and typically has the following phases (based on SAP): project preparation, business blueprint, realization, test and go-live & support.

An innovative approach to project management is pursued by Scrum - the approach to agile software development. Scrum allows you to implement complex software projects (product backlog) through short sprints. This approach requires an iterative planning, depending on the results of the respective sprints, in which the long-term plan is regularly refined. We are happy to adapt your project framework/model or to common project management standards like PMI or PRINCE2.

Gwantec will be pleased to assist you with the implementation of your projects with an experienced team of software experts and project managers.