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Successful projects don’t just happen
A successful project requires much more than just hard work, the best intentions and the desire to do great things. To deliver the best possible value to your organisation, a project must be carefully planned, executed and controlled.
Our approach to projects is unique in Timor-Leste. We manage our projects according to the internationally recognised PRINCE2 methodology. This approach doesn’t cost you any more. In fact, it is well proven to save time and money, while increasing quality and value.
PRINCE2 is an acronym for PRojects IN Controlled Environments. PRINCE2 was originally developed in the United Kingdom for the effective management of large-scale government projects. It scales exceptionally well for smaller projects, too. The PRINCE2 methodology is revised regularly, and is regarded as best practice in project management across the globe.
Our project managers internationally accredited
Our qualified Project Managers are certified in PRINCE2, and accredited by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT in the UK. They are permanent, full-time members of our team based in Timor-Leste. We don’t just fly them in for a few days when they’re needed.
A 2 minute introduction to professional project management
This short video from the Association for Project Management UK offers a helpful overview of professional project management as a discipline, and why it’s essential to the success of your project.
To find out more about our project management services, and how we can assist you with your next project, please contact us.
We bring people and technology together to do amazing things for organisations in Timor-Leste. Our team of business analysts, PRINCE2-certified project managers and accredited information technology specialists can help you to increase productivity, quality and employee engagement while reducing your ongoing operational costs. Read more