Advantages of Outsourcing Your Project Management for
Software integrations can make or break a business. Outsourcing the project management on such a crucial stepping stone in the evolution of your company is risky, especially if you hire a company that doesn’t share your core business values. It may appear to be a “smarter” decision to use in-house resources, as they could be more familiar with important internal processes that need to be carried over, however, research shows that outsourcing project management for software integrations is extremely beneficial.
Directing internal resources from one project to another can be costly for a company if they aren’t certain that action will be beneficial. One of the main benefits of outsourcing a Project Manager for software integrations is that it will save your company money in the long run.
It will be less expensive for you to contract services out to an outsourced provider who is more efficient in managing and providing services, then to re-direct in-house resources to handle a task they might be less than experienced or skilled in.
An outsourced Project Manager will have accumulated plenty of best practices and insider knowledge from working with multiple clients and industries.
The skill-set that an outsourced Project Manager will have has evolved over the course of their career and your company will benefit from this accumulated knowledge.
The difficulty in using in-house resources for software integrations lies in the inability for one to remove themselves from a specific project, team or overall culture. This prevents one from being able to take an objective look at a situation from a birds-eye-view, which is crucial for understanding the big picture of how the integration would best be carried out.
Outsourced Project Managers arrive with a “clean slate” and they’re able to address concerns from an unbiased point of view.
FOCUS & VISION
Proledger Project Managers are able to focus clearly on the vision and direction required to advance your project.
Our outsourced PMs are able to remain distinct from the “noise” that generally permeates in-house resources, and, we're better able to remain strictly technical and management driven.