T H E F U N D A M E N T A L A D V A N T A G E
You will know exactly when your project will begin and end
You will be certain that your project will receive the resources it needs
You will see a detailed project plan and its implementation
We will see potential problems ahead of time and solve them in the blink of an eye
You will know exactly when your project will begin and end, how long it will take and how it will be executed.
Before signing an agreement, we will evaluate the project’s scope and stages in detail. We will upload it to our system, which will clearly indicate the project’s resources and when it will begin and end. After confirming our agreement, the resources dedicated to your project will not be available to anyone else. We guarantee that the work will be completed on time and according to the agreed-upon plan.
You will be certain that your project will receive the resources it needs. We always work with resources in reserve.
We observe changes in our resource availability on a daily basis and create forecasts several weeks in advance, allowing us to respond to upcoming workloads ahead of time. Our goal is to ensure that our workload never exceeds our capabilities and that each project is completed as quickly as possible.
You will see a detailed project plan, its implementation, and what tasks are currently being performed.
Before beginning work on your project, we will plan it in detail using our critical chain method. In an effort to execute your project as quickly as possible, we will perform tasks simultaneously wherever possible or assign several specialists to speed up the completion of certain tasks as quickly as possible.
You will see any problems that arise during the project rather than towards the end, and we will immediately resolve them by changing the plan or applying more resources.
Every project in our system has a 30% time buffer for unforeseen incidents. If this buffer is used extensively, the system will immediately signal us regarding any potential project delays and maximally prioritise resources in an effort to stick to the schedule. Active involvement in the management of the project on the client’s part is also important, allowing for answers to any questions raised to be provided as quickly as possible.
The project is implemented using its maximum scheduled time or even more, even though the chance to complete it more quickly was always within reach.
The student’s syndrome
When the primary implementation of a project is done towards the end of the time allotted to the project. The project remains full of errors and uncompleted tasks and is not fully tested.
Working on too many tasks at once prevents concentrating on the highest possible quality execution of the project.