Project Consulting

Technology Project Management

The controlling of processes and activities that are related to technology projects. A technology project is any that deals with infrastructure (Cabling, Connectivity Communications, Information Systems and Computers.) Tricon will help determine the most economical path related to your technology needs while making sure quality isn’t overlooked in these decisions. In addition, we’re able to connect our customers to national pricing discounts through our network relationships.

Managing Projects

We will help plan, schedule, execute, track, monitor, and report throughout the project. That, you may notice, is basically the template for any project. But technology is unique in that it bleeds across many if not all industries. For example, a manufacturing, healthcare, or educational organization will all have service components that are many times overlooked, such as the need for new or upgraded communications, fiber internet contract renewals for cost savings, pots line savings for elevator/fire alarms and network cabling/ labeling /testing to just mention a few. Tricon will help keep your projects on time, help secure the proper services from the proper vendors that are proven to adhere to best standards and quality. At Tricon, we provide several of the services in-house, so our customers only need to deal with one source for all their technology needs and the services we don’t provide in-house we have partners that do so you don’t have to take the risk of hiring the wrong vendor. A project is only as good as the plan behind it and a plan is only as good as the effort that was made to devise it.

Maintaining Timelines

  1. Requirements/ Budgets: First, the requirements are identified, analyzed, and written up in a requirements document, defining what is being done and how it is to be done.
  2. Design: The next step is to document what was decided in the first stage in a design document, which notes everything needed to complete the project.
  3. Implementation: The project manager and team execute the design document, sticking to specifications, procedures and providing timelines needed to complete project.
  4. Checks & Balances: This is when deliverables from the project are measured against the standards set in the design document, like a quality check.
  5. Installation: If the checks and balances are passed, then the project is ready for release to the end-user. The product should be fully operational at this point.
  6. Maintenance: Most technology projects don’t end with delivery: they often may require support after installation, whether updates or upgrades, though often this is tasked to a separate team we can bring it all together to help make the right team is in place.