Methodology

Auctor utilizes a project management methodology that functions in sync with our Software Development Lifecycle. The methodology also provides guidance for projects unrelated to software development such as Business Process Improvement Projects and implementation projects.

Key Features

  • Defined project processes for all stages of a project
  • Specific project processes applied are tailored to the size and scope of the project
  • Custom-tailored project documentation. See sidebar for sample document list.
  • Project Gate review with PMO between each stage of Project to review project health, deliverables, project management processes and documentation
  • Utilization of SharePoint to record and track project, assign tasks and maintain all project documentation
  • Publication and distribution of regular status reports
  • Defined Formal Change Management Process
  • Visibility and transparency into all aspects of project management for our clients

Roles

Auctor Project Teams generally consist of the following roles, each with defined responsibilities.

  • Project Manager (PM)
  • Business Analyst (BA)
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME)
  • Technical Analyst
  • Development Resources
  • Quality Assurance Analysts
  • Technical Writer

Included Documentation

Project documentation is custom-tailored for each client, but generally consists of the following:

  • Project Charter
  • Project Scope
  • Project Assumptions
  • Project Constraints
  • Stakeholder Register and Stakeholder Management Plan
  • Risk Register
  • Milestone List
  • Work Breakdown Structure and WBS Dictionary
  • Schedule Baseline
  • Resource Calendars
  • Cost Baseline
  • Project Management Plan with subsidiary documents.
    See below for list of subsidiary documents.
  • Implementation Plan
  • Project Completion Report

Subsidiary Documents

Subsidiary documents included in the project management plan include the following:

  • Project Management Approach
  • Communications Management Plan
  • Project Scope Management Plan
  • Change Management Plan
  • Schedule Management Plan
  • Cost Management Plan
  • Procurement Management Plan
  • Quality Management Plan
  • Risk Management Plan
  • Staffing Management Plan

Auctor utilizes a project management methodology that functions in sync with our Software Development Lifecycle. The methodology also provides guidance for projects unrelated to software development such as Business Process Improvement Projects and implementation projects.

Key Features

  • Defined project processes for all stages of a project
  • Specific project processes applied are tailored to the size and scope of the project
  • Custom-tailored project documentation. See sidebar for sample document list.
  • Project Gate review with PMO between each stage of Project to review project health, deliverables, project management processes and documentation
  • Utilization of SharePoint to record and track project, assign tasks and maintain all project documentation
  • Publication and distribution of regular status reports
  • Defined Formal Change Management Process
  • Visibility and transparency into all aspects of project management for our clients

Roles

Auctor Project Teams generally consist of the following roles, each with defined responsibilities.

  • Project Manager (PM)
  • Business Analyst (BA)
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME)
  • Technical Analyst
  • Development Resources
  • Quality Assurance Analysts
  • Technical Writer

Included Documentation

Project documentation is custom-tailored for each client, but generally consists of the following:

  • Project Charter
  • Project Scope
  • Project Assumptions
  • Project Constraints
  • Stakeholder Register and Stakeholder Management Plan
  • Risk Register
  • Milestone List
  • Work Breakdown Structure and WBS Dictionary
  • Schedule Baseline
  • Resource Calendars
  • Cost Baseline
  • Project Management Plan with subsidiary documents.
    See below for list of subsidiary documents.
  • Implementation Plan
  • Project Completion Report

Subsidiary Documents

Subsidiary documents included in the project management plan include the following:

  • Project Management Approach
  • Communications Management Plan
  • Project Scope Management Plan
  • Change Management Plan
  • Schedule Management Plan
  • Cost Management Plan
  • Procurement Management Plan
  • Quality Management Plan
  • Risk Management Plan
  • Staffing Management Plan

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