Project Management

The Ethemba Computers and Consulting Projects team provides complete project lifecycle involvement – from solution analysis to implementation, testing and post-implementation evaluation. We have made a strong investment in best practices, helping clients to lower costs and enhance end-user service.

Project Methodology
Each project undergoes five distinctive phases - Initiation, Planning, Execution, Controlling and Closing phase.
Project Challenges
The first challenge is to ensure that the project is delivered within defined constraints. The second challenge is the optimised allocation and integration of inputs needed to meet the pre-defined objectives.
Project Services
Projects plans, schedules and manages all the project's interrelated tasks in order to optimise time and resources throughout the duration of the project. The project team's advanced systems help to measure the project's progress and analyse any variances in the schedule or budget.
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The initiation phase includes defining and authorising a project, defining the business needs, identifying the sponsor of the project together with the different management roles and responsibilities.

The planning phase involves devising and maintaining a workable scheme to ensure that the project addresses the organisation's needs. A consolidated project plan includes scope, schedule, cost and a procurement management plan that defines each knowledge area as it relates to the project.
The execution phase entails the co-ordination of people and other resources that carry out the project plan, including the products and services required to achieve the best results of the project or phase.
Monitoring and Control
The monitoring and controlling phase demands regular project measurement to ensure the achievement of project objectives. Progress is measured against the project plan and where necessary, corrective measures are implemented.
The client's formal acceptance of the project or phase delivered concludes the phased approach. Various administrative activities also occur, including archiving project files, closing out contracts and documenting lessons learned.