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Under pressure

The complexity of ICT projects means that organisations face challenges to ensure they are properly specified, delivered on time and to budget.

3rd December, 2017
Catherine Doyle, Enterprise Director, Dell EMC Ireland

Managing ICT projects can be challenging at the best of times, but managing expectations in the face of developing technologies can make the process extra arduous. Regardless of this, there are some fundamentals that continue to be of importance in the field.

“There are serious benefits to partnering with third-party specialist advisers to help plan and deliver ICT projects on time,” said Jenny Collins, project manager for professional services with PFH Technology Group.


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