More agility, less failure is the aim of IT project managers

Third-party service providers bring their expertise to IT projects, armed with new methodologies as well as new technologies

29th November, 2020
More agility, less failure is the aim of IT project managers
Carmel Owens, chief executive officer at Sidero Technology Solutions: ‘We measure metrics around story points in a project on a weekly basis, so if you see you’re going off track you can course-correct more easily‘

The volume and complexity of ICT projects demand skills and resources beyond the capability of most organisations, which is why they turn to third-party providers to advance business strategies that have significant technical components.

Choosing the right partner, whether it’s a tender process or via a recommendation, is usually predicated on the idea that the service provider has ‘been there and done that’ – that they have previous experience with the solution you want to...

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