Your project sponsor has overall responsibility for the project, leading your governance team, and ensuring continued project support from the business’s executives. Other responsibilities include resolving strategic and policy issues for the project team to minimise their impact on the timing and quality of the project, approving changes to the project scope and authorising any additional funding required.
Your product owner liaises between your project manager and business executives. Their to-do list includes providing critical business guidance for the project team, ensuring availability of user resources, and determining the nature of critical high impact issues and change requests.
Your project manager works in tandem with your technology partner’s project manager to manage project budget, scope, and timeline. They are also in charge of facilitating scheduling and resource commitments to specific tasks, managing internal tasks, budgets, and schedules, and raising issues and change requests.They’re also responsible for tracking and reporting on the business aspects of the project, including project financial controls and budgeting, and assisting to develop project plans.
Project Team Members
Your project team members provide in-depth knowledge of the business, and work with your partner’s consultants in analysing and documenting detailed business requirements. The team also participates in configuring the system, providing functional leadership, ensuring the quality of the solution (and making sure it fits your business requirements). They’ll also assist in developing system configuration documentation, investigating, and confirming reporting requirements, developing testing scripts, conducting system testing, and working with your partner to determine the setup for security and the solution menu.