Project Management


During this phase, the project manager develops a plan based on the client's requirements. The planning phase helps the project manager understand the project approach and helps identify development resources needed. 


The project manager coordinates schedules, manages resources, and assigns tasks from the documentation, requirements, and process flows either provided or architected during the development team’s planning phase.

Monitor & Control

The project manager maintains an ongoing audit of each task assigned. Also known as the audit or control phase, this phase includes a timeline to accomplish the project requirements outlined in the work breakdown structure.


During this phase, the product created during development is investigated for quality. This phase provides testing that helps the development team identify risks, discrepancies, and bugs that may inhibit a successful deployment. 


The responsibility of the project manager during the final phase is to oversee the release of the core technology into a production environment, stabilize the deployment, and transition the project to operations and support.

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Creating a New Software Application

Replacing an Unsupported System

Upgrading a Reporting System

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