“90% of projects do not meet time/cost/quality targets. Only 9% of large, 16% of medium and 28% of small company projects were completed on time, within budget and delivered measurable business and stakeholder benefits.”
- Standish Group Chaos Report
“69% of project failures are due to lack and/or improper implementation of project management methodologies.”
- KPMG Survey
In today’s increasingly complex business environment with more projects, less resources, tight budgets and shrinking timelines, companies are challenged to deliver projects and programs on time and within budget that meet the business needs of the organization. Delivery Management is the rigorous application of tools, techniques, skills, process and methodologies toward the on-time delivery of projects and programs within budget that meet the goals and objectives defined by the organization. Triple-I’s 40 years of experience in the government and commercial space has afforded us the experience and expertise that allows us to help our clients succeed in delivering projects and programs on-time and within budget to accomplish their business objectives.
A few examples of how we are currently helping organizations with delivery management include:
Helzberg Diamond Shops, Inc.
Helzberg Diamond Shops, Inc., a fine jewelry retailer and Berkshire Hathaway Company, engaged Triple-I- to manage the implementation of a new email marketing vendor. This complex project involved internal IT resources and multiple vendors on a highly aggressive schedule. In three months the email marketing vendor was in place, just in time for the busy Holiday season. This project implemented on time and within budget, and the project manager continues to support Helzberg Diamonds’ Marketing Department as the technical liaison for daily operations, production issue resolution and project management for the Email Marketing channel.
Cessna Aircraft engaged Triple-I to help manage the Global Collaborative Environment (GCE) project which was the IT component of their $800 million Large Cabin Concept program. This project marked the first time Cessna had contracted with multiple partners to participate in the design and manufacture of an aircraft. The GCE team was responsible for building out and managing the IT infrastructure – network and applications at Cessna and at each partner’s development site. The Triple-I team was responsible for creating the IT readiness assessment plan, defining and executing the communications plan, creation of a partner helpdesk function, issue management and status reporting.