Project Leadership For Your Next IT Initiative

Envisioning is a preliminary and fundamental phase for all IT initiatives. Whether you are planning to build a new application or design your next intranet, Envisioning provides the necessary documentation, communication and planning to take place so your project avoids common failure points. Often times, IT projects become costly with moving deadlines and unhappy end users – but that doesn’t have to be the case. Together, we collectively discuss existing challenges, identify and prioritize new objectives, gather critical feedback and create a multi-generational project plan so we’re not unnecessarily spending your budget on rework and exaggerated timelines.

Unlike other IT firms, Envisioning allows our experts to draft precise timelines, budgets and expectations so when your project begins, success is the only option.

Why Envisioning?

  • Stakeholder alignment
  • Better user adoption
  • Less rework
  • Fewer unexpected costs
  • More predictable timelines
  • Realistic architecture designs
  • Cloud, hybrid and on-premises evaluations
  • Requirements-based third-party platform evaluations
  • Alignment with brand guidelines

What Are Some Outputs You Can Expect?

  • Project Charter
  • Capabilities Overview
  • User Stories
  • Project Plan
  • Solution Concept
  • Information Architecture
  • Wireframes
  • Style Tiles & Mockups
  • Risk Assessment
  • Cost Estimate

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7 Things You MUST Do Before Starting Your Next IT Project

So you’re ready to kick off your next IT project. Perhaps you’re building an intranet, developing a custom application or building a new integration with off-the-shelf platforms. Whatever the project may be, you don’t have time or money to waste. Following seven rules of engagement can help you deliver your project successfully and on time while meeting business objectives.

During this webinar, we cover critical steps including stakeholder alignment, documentation, measurement and much more.

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7 Things You MUST Do Before Starting Your Next IT Project