Working with Aztech means working with an experienced, PRINCE2 qualified team who observe a tried and tested 4 stage process.
It’s a formula we’ve perfected over years of experience and it enables us to deliver the most complex and challenging transformations and changes with minimal disruption and downtime for your business.
We understand that your IT project has unique requirements. That's why we've developed a 4-step roject management process. With continuous support from your dedicated IT project manager along the way, you and your team will see a successful project deployment.
For us, project management begins with understanding the business drivers behind your IT change.
Once we’re clear on the ultimate business goals we work with you to identify specific objectives, allocate resources, build contingencies and set timeframes
Then we’ll set to work on a comprehensive plan to provide you with complete visibility of the project prior to kick-off.
You’ll see a full breakdown of costs, resources and critical paths - a transparent plan to ensure your project is kept on track.
Your IT project manager oversees every step of the project. They will deliver formal progress reports and updates regularly, as well as providing access to a dedicated portal where you can track the real-time status of your project.
We’ll help you stay in control by offering complete transparency and accountability.
We’ll close out the project with a formal review, analysing the lessons learnt and the issues faced to ensure that the project has been fully executed.
Once we’re satisfied that the project meets the business and technical goals defined at stage one we complete the formal handover.
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