Software Project Management

Project Management is the art of balancing competing objectives, managing risk, and overcoming constraints to deliver, successfully, a product, which meets the needs of both clients and the users.

At i-Softzone we employ mature project management processes, techniques, tools and people, thus providing a management framework required to execute a wide range of project types.

i-Softzone project management processes and procedures are based on principles and framework proposed by "Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)"

We follow an adaptive model of project management where activities are governed by generic as well as tailored processes.

i-Softzone project managers have a wide exposure in executing projects for different industry verticals and of varied technical complexity.

With i-Softzone, you have access to a highly dedicated and experienced project management team who quickly understand the project and plan the design and implementation efficiently.

Our Software Project Management processes forms

  • A framework for managing software-intensive projects
  • Practical guidelines for planning, staffing, executing, and monitoring projects.
  • A framework for managing risk.
Our project management methodology enables, manages and supports the complete project life cycle.

Initial Scope Identification, Estimations, Contract, Resource Planning and team build up, formal project kickoff. Establishing the overall project structure, standards, expectations, team and approach.

Establishing blueprint of project execution including detailed scheduling, communication planning, scope management, time management, risk planning, configuration planning, quality & test planning

Enabling the project to remain focused by managing and monitoring day to day tasks, scope, issues, quality, progress, metrics, QA reviews.

Ensuring the completion of the project orderly, as per the client specifications, project scope, time and cost. Formal Project/Phase closure after user acceptance and conducting project retrospectives.