Project handling/management involves planning, organizing, and overseeing the various tasks, resources, and activities required to achieve specific goals within a defined timeframe. While handling the client’s projects, we could fall under various industries such as consulting, software development, marketing, design, and more. The primary function of our company is to take on projects on behalf of clients, manage them effectively, and deliver the desired outcomes within the specified constraints of time, budget, and scope.
Key Points for handling a project
Atsewa specialize in project management methodologies and practices. We ensure that projects are planned, executed, monitored, and controlled efficiently. This involves defining project goals, creating timelines, allocating resources, and managing risks.
Close collaboration with clients is essential. We work closely with clients to understand their requirements, expectations, and any changes that may arise during the project’s lifecycle.
Managing resources effectively is key to project success. This includes assigning the right people with the necessary skills to the project, managing equipment and materials, and ensuring that everything is available when needed.
Identifying potential risks and developing strategies to mitigate them is important. We work to anticipate possible obstacles and have plans in place to address them.
Ensuring the quality of the deliverables is essential. We must have processes in place to monitor and control the quality of the work being done.
Budget and Cost Management
Adhering to the budget allocated for the project is crucial. We track expenses, manage costs, and make adjustments as necessary.
Timelines and Deadlines
Meeting project deadlines is a priority. Effective scheduling and time management are necessary to ensure that milestones and final delivery dates are achieved.
Keeping thorough records of project details, decisions, and outcomes is important for accountability and future reference.
Onshore and Offshore Projects
Working on both onshore and offshore projects provide our team with a diverse range of experiences and challenges. Onshore projects are those that are carried out within the country’s borders, typically in close proximity to your company’s headquarters or the client’s location. Offshore projects, on the other hand, are conducted in a different country, often requiring international coordination.
Let's explore both concepts in terms of time and money management:
Time Management: Onshore projects often experience smoother communication and reduced time zone differences, which can lead to quicker decision-making and problem-solving. However, Offshore projects can face challenges related to time zone differences, which might lead to delays in communication, decision-making, and issue resolution. Proper planning and scheduling are crucial to mitigate these challenges.
Money Management: Onshore projects may have higher labor costs due to potentially higher wages and overhead costs in developed countries. However, Offshore projects can potentially result in cost savings due to lower labor and operational costs in certain regions. However, unexpected costs might arise from additional communication efforts, travel for meetings, and potential misunderstandings.