Project management

Effective project management stands as the backbone of success. Our approach combines state-of-the-art tools, agile methodologies, and a deep understanding of the dynamic nature of software projects to deliver exceptional results.

Empowering Your Vision

We believe that project management is much more than just meeting deadlines and staying within budget

Our team of seasoned project managers and technical experts work collaboratively to transform your ideas into reality, ensuring that every phase of the project, from inception to deployment, is handled with precision and care.

Our services are tailored to the unique needs of each client, embracing flexibility and adaptability to navigate the complexities of software development. Whether you’re a startup looking to bring a new idea to life, or an established enterprise seeking to enhance your software capabilities, our bespoke approach ensures your vision is realized with the highest standards of excellence.

Focus on your goals

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Delivering Quality Software

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Completion in Time & Budget

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Better Risk Management

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Resource Optimization

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Stakeholder Satisfaction

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Adaptability and Flexibility

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Continuous Improvement

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Team Collaboration & Communication

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Predictable and Consistent Results

Clients who benefited from our project management

How we manage work

Managing a project to create a digital product requires a combination of technical knowledge and management skills regarding people and budgets. When executing digital projects, it’s not worth forgoing without the involvement of an experienced Project Manager, whose role is to support the project from the beginning in achieving its goals. But project management in the digital world is not only about managing people and resources. It’s also about a synergy between fast-growing technology, changing business environment, outgrowing budget, time, scope and other risks that may occur. 

Risk management

Project Managers manage not only the progress of work but also risks.

Their job is to identify potential risks as early as possible by developing mitigation strategies and contingency plans that can serve as solutions during unforeseen blockers. The project risk assessment should be updated as frequently as the product roadmap.

Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery

Another important aspect is the implementation of CI/CD (Continuous integration/Continuous development) practices.

It ensure that all code changes are integrated, tested and deployed in production environments, as appropriate. This approach helps catch and resolve problems early on, providing the opportunity for stable incremental growth of the digital product being produced. 

Documentation

A Project Manager is responsible for collecting full documentation from the project, being the one to encourage technical teams to document the code accurately.

Thus, gathered knowledge can be efficiently transferred and refreshed in case of any personnel changes in the team. Clear and comprehensive code documentation will also help developers in case of maintenance, upkeep and updates in the future.

However, it’s not only code documentation that is important. Complete documentation of workflows and processes helps stakeholders understand the status of the project and any problems encountered along the way. 

It’s also good practice to create user documentation to help understand how to use the product, troubleshoot problems and take full advantage of its features.

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How we manage a team

Project Managers are responsible for keeping an eye on the scope and allocation of resources.

Their role is also to maintain transparent and open communication with the teams involved in the project. By holding periodic meetings, they gather information on a regular basis regarding the progress of the work, emerging challenges and next steps to be taken. 

Work methodologies

Agile frameworks have transformed the landscape, offering an efficient, transparent, and collaborative approach to managing projects. Popular frameworks like Scrum and Kanban have been making a significant impact, offering flexibility and enhancing team comfort while maintaining a clear vision for stakeholders who, thanks to the iterative nature of the process, can watch the incremental work from the sidelines. What’s more, these frameworks extend beyond processes providing actual practical tools like digital task boards and renowned project management software such as Jira and Asana.

  • Scrum is a framework that aims to deliver high quality products by fostering continuous improvement, team collaboration and adaptation. Its main goal is to deliver increments of the product at regular intervals and introduce time divisions called “Sprints” which typically last from two to four weeks. During Sprints a team works to achieve specific goals and commits to a set of tasks during planning sessions.

  • Kanban focuses on visualizing work and maintaining a steady flow of tasks through the development process. Working in Kanban is based on continuous delivery and encourages development teams to pull work based on available capacity. It’s known for its boards that are used to visualize the flow or work, with tasks moving through different stages from “To do” and “In Progress”, to “Done”. The main idea behind this method is to limit the work “in progress” to such a number of tasks that will not affect the efficiency and overwhelm the team with the amount of work.

Benefits of Project Management

Improved Efficiency & Productivity

Streamlining processes, reducing waste, and ensuring that team members are working on tasks that align with their skills and the project’s needs.

Enhanced Quality of Deliverables

Following structured processes and regular testing reduces likelihood of errors, resulting in higher-quality software products.

Better Risk Management

Identifying, analyzing, and responding to potential risks minimizes the impact of issues that might arise during the software development lifecycle.

Clear Focus & Objectives

Having a clear understanding of the project’s objectives, scope, and deliverables helps in focusing efforts on what’s most important.

Optimized Resource Allocation

Ensuring that resources, whether it’s time, manpower, or technology, are allocated efficiently reduces the likelihood of resource-related bottlenecks and overuse.

Improved Team Collaboration

Project management tools and techniques facilitate better communication and collaboration among team members, which helps in resolving issues quickly and efficiently.

Flexibility and Adaptability

Good project management allows for flexibility, making it easier to adapt to changes in the market, client requirements, or technology trends.

Predictable & Consistent Results

Software development projects are more likely to yield predictable and consistent results, building trust and reliability in the eyes of clients and stakeholders.

Reviews

A consistently reliable partner, iteo is a strong company which delivers skilful products. We haven’t experienced a single problem from their side with the timeline or scope.
I’m glad I have a partner in iteo that is able to complete the project seamlessly from concept, through development, to product launch.
We have selected iteo mostly because they are really good with native apps development and UX. iteo’s team structure encourages collaboration and fast problem-solving.
iteo offered creativity and strong project management. They delivered each phase of the project on time and within budget.
iteo team demonstrated a lot of care to make sure things were done right. They seemed to have a vester interest in making this product great, even though they don’thave any equity in the company.

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