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Program and

Project Management

Our professional experience in project and program management helps you organize resources and drive activities toward successful and timely project implementation. SYMPORA consultants learn and understand your business and then advance a strategy to carry out your overall priorities and planning. For every project, our design engineers take your organization’s teams through the five phases of project management: conception and initiation, project definition and planning, execution, performance monitoring, and a successful close. We assist you to create concrete, workable projects that drive performance and profitability, and increase your overall return on investment.

With the rapid pace of change that organizations face in a complex environment, challenges emerge that affect even the most agile teams in their ability to complete mission-critical projects on time and within budget. To avoid delays in service delivery, problems with insufficient management resources, or inadequate risk management, it is imperative to understand and enact best practices at every point in the project’s implementation. This is where SYMPORA’s considerable experience proves essential to realizing management goals.

By employing Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professionals (PMP) and Certified Scrum Masters (CSM), SYMPORA is poised to responsibly and efficiently deliver your project on-budget and on-schedule.

SYMPORA can help your organization identify and address issues early and take proactive measures, which can increase effectiveness and program success. The company has a successful history of providing program, financial and project management services to a range of clients, including US Federal Government Departments and Agencies supporting health care, commerce and trade, financial services, and national security.

SYMPORA is the right fit for you.

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