Riebens Computers

Project Management

The collaboration between project managers, project team members, and other project stakeholders is streamlined by using custom project management (PM) software. PM software facilitates:

  • Workflows for project initiation and approval.
  • Establishing project objectives, benchmarks, KPIs, and due dates.
  • Project activity’ scheduling and planning.
  • Examining the costs and availability of the necessary material, financial, and human resources.
  • Monitoring the status of each project task’s completion and the use of project resources.
  • Tracking the entire project’s development.
  • Real-time updating of project activities.
  • Automatic notifications to the appropriate team members about task updates.
  • Automated project health evaluation (milestones, deadlines, KPIs are checked against the planned parameters).
  • Employees are assigned to project roles by a project team’s lineup.
  • Scheduling highly sought-after experts to make sure they’ll be available for the next assignments.
  • Tracking the workload and output of the project team.
  • Monitoring the development of every team member.
  • Estimating and planning the project budget in light of the anticipated labour and non-labour costs.
  • Requesting/scheduling the approval of the project budget and the required financial resources.
  • Creating project budget groups and modelling various budget allocation possibilities.
  • Tracking each budget allocation group’s use of the project budget.
  • Examining the company’s assets (such as hardware, software, facilities, medical equipment, etc.) and consumable resource’s current availability.
  • Monitoring the usage of consumable resources and ensuring that it follows the prescribed amounts.
  • Requesting/scheduling the physical resources that are required or in high demand.
  • To choose the project’s most cost-effective resourcing approach, models of buying vs. renting physical resources are used.
  • Identifying instances of over-allocation.

For project managers:

  • Keeping track of how much time each team member actually spends on each task.
  • Finding out about the personal time spent by project team members.
  • Organizing and imagining the team’s availability.

For project team members:

  • Recording time spent on tasks related to a project.
  • Automating timekeeping.
  • Controlling one’s performance and advancement.
  • Identifying, assessing, and ranking project risks.
  • Monitoring risk indicators as the project progresses.
  • Assigning a corresponding project participant to perform risk mitigation actions
  • Describing scenarios for collaboration and responsibility within the project team.
  • Coordinating and overseeing group projects.
  • Simultaneous group work on the project.
  • Integrated communication feature, or interface with outside applications (e.g., Microsoft Teams, Slack, etc.).
  • Document sharing, editing, and co-authoring for projects.
  • Establishing and maintaining a document repository for the project.
  • Using interactive charts to visualize data on project activities, schedules, and resources.
  • Dividing up and organizing project activities.
  • Preparing the resources available for the project.
  • Giving all project stakeholders access to a single source of information about the project’s status.

Are you thinking about a project, or simply just want to know more about Project Management Solutions?

Contact us and let’s make something amazing!

+27 28 722 1170 office@riebens.co.za

Heidelberg, Western Cape, 6665, South Africa