Our Project Managers

Our Program and Project Managers are PMP & Prince2 Certified and are veterans in Implementation, Roll-out and Support Projects in a globally distributed and diverse team across technologies who have gained their experience working with the leading consulting firms across the globe

Project Management

Project management is the practice of planning, executing, controlling, and closing projects. It involves identifying the goals and objectives of a project, developing a project plan, allocating resources, and monitoring progress to ensure that the project is completed on time, within budget, and according to the specifications.

Project management is a critical process for any organization that wants to successfully complete projects. The project manager is responsible for overseeing the entire project from start to finish, and they must be able to coordinate the efforts of all the team members involved in the project. They must also be able to communicate effectively with stakeholders, manage risk, and make decisions that will ensure the success of the project.

Some of the key elements of project management include defining the scope of the project, developing a project plan and timeline, identifying project risks, and managing the budget and resources. Project management also involves managing project communications, setting project goals and objectives, and monitoring progress to ensure that the project is on track.

Overall, project management is a complex process that requires a combination of technical, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Effective project management can help organizations to achieve their goals, improve their efficiency, and stay competitive in their industry

Pillars of Project Management

1. Scope

This refers to the definition of the project objectives, deliverables, and boundaries. A clear understanding of the project scope helps to avoid scope creep and ensures that the project stays on track.

3. Cost

This pillar includes developing a project budget, estimating costs, tracking expenses, and managing project resources. Effective cost management is crucial to keeping the project within budget and achieving a positive return on investment

2. Time

This pillar includes the development of a project schedule, setting project milestones and deadlines, and monitoring progress against the schedule. Effective time management is critical to ensuring that the project is completed on time.

4. Quality

This pillar includes ensuring that project deliverables meet the required quality standards and that the project satisfies stakeholder expectations. Quality management helps to ensure that the project outcomes are fit for purpose and meet the needs of the stakeholders.

Why CIO choose us

Seasoned Professional

Our Platinum Consultants are veterans of all grounds and seasons and have worked with consulting firms like EY, IBM and Accenture.

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Our Platinum Consultants at Spectr. Labs, will give you no massaged reports, no user or vendor bias, and only timely execution.

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Effective Communication

Our Platinum Consultants have been a champion in effective communication to complete task in time and mitigate risks.

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Offshore Strategy

Range of Projects


Our project managers will engage with your team to govern and effectively manage the projects and transparent reporting to you, along with timely risk identification to prevent any potential schedule slippage.


key to a template based rollout is tight scope management with inclusion of only the business critical local components, we are seasoned to navigate the project successfully with no conflict, minimal deviation policy.


issue resolution & SLA adherence is the least of a support project KRA, the real objective is to handhold users empathically and focus on identification and correction of deepissues showing up only in the day to day workings,


Virtual Captive Offshore Centre, with no cap on minimum numbers, dedicated consultants, project manager and account manager, one key personal at all hierarchy, with best practices of communication, documentation and quality control.

Our Methodology

Key to Project Management is not just being a veteran project manager, but also by using the science of project management, and one of the key is to manage the project through our specially built framework. We use a standardised framework and templates for each activity, which we have developed over decades of experience and curated global best practice




Project Preparation

  1. Internal project Kickoff
  2. Project kick-off meeting with the client
  3. Client Expectation Survey
  4. Integrated project plan
  5. Schedule Plan (Excel)
  6. Project Charter
  7. Configuration Management Plan
  8. Risk Log
  9. Issue Log
  10. Defect Log
  11. Project Monitoring and Quantitative Project Management Document
  12. Decision Analysis and Resolution
  13. Minutes of the Meeting
  1. Meeting with all the Internal stakeholders mandatory
  2. Kick off meeting with client
  3. Client expectations and priorities on the expectations are gathered
  4. Project should be planned w.r.t to scope, resources, schedules, trainings etc. All the sections are mandatory
  5. A detailed schedule is planned and tracked on weekly basis
  6. Project planning w.r.t implementation strategy and management strategies like change management, quality assurance etc…
  7. Configuration Management Plan
  8. Project risks to be documented, tracked & monitored using QMS template. Risk Monitoring frequency – once in month.
  9. QMS Template
  10. Review & Test defects to be captured in this Log
  11. Metrics to be submitted to Metrics Desk on monthly basis
  12. Maintaining the log of all the decisions take till today
  13. MoM of Initiation meeting to be circulated to all stakeholders

Business Blueprint

  1. Business Blueprint Document
  2. BPML
  3. IT Infrastructure Document
  4. Basis Decisions
  5. As-Is Documents
  6. To-Be Documents
  7. Master Data Collection Template
  8. PI Document
  1. Business Blue print of the Application
  2. Master list of the Business blue print components
  3. Information regarding the infrastructure, servers and networks of the application implementation
  4. Analyse project situations and possible alternatives for taking appropriate decision. The alternatives and the rationale for the selected alternative shall be documented. (trigger based. Not all decisions to be formally documented. PM to use his/her judgment)
  5. N.A.
  6. N.A.
  7. N.A.
  8. Applicable only if integrating to external products












  1. Functional Specifications Document
  2. Report Specifications Document
  3. Functional Specification Review Check List
  4. Technical Specification
  5. Traceability Matrix
  6. Peer Review
  7. Code Review Check List
  8. Review Defect Log
  9. ABAP Decisions
  10. Master Data Collection Template
  11. Role Mapping
  12. Role Test Plan Document
  13. Transport Request Form Document
  14. Transport Request Log
  15. Transport Procedures Document
  16. Unit Testing Documents
  17. Integration Testing Documents
  18. End-User training Manual
  19. Change Request Form
  20. Change Request Log
  21. IMG Document
  1. Data management and it’s requirements
  2. Data management and it’s requirements
  3. N.A.
  4. N.A.
  5. N.A.
  6. Peer review checklist
  7. N.A.
  8. N.A.
  9. Analyse project situations and possible alternatives for taking appropriate decision. The alternatives and the rationale for the selected alternative shall be documented. The decisions are to be taken for ABAP. Guidelines are also provided for the same
  10. N.A.
  11. All the roles need to be mapped with the tasks defined
  12. N.A.
  13. N.A.
  14. Transport Request Log
  15. N.A.
  16. Unit test cases and it’s results
  17. Integration test cases and it’s results
  18. N.A.
  19. In case client has provided a formal change management process (usually provided as part of scope document), the same can be used. Else, QMS template to be used to track changes.
  20. Log of all Change Requests
  21. Maintenance planning and the configuration of the same.

Final Preparation

  1. Data Conversion Strategy
  2. Role Test Sign-Off
  3. User to role Mapping
  4. Stress Test Plan
  1. N.A.
  2. Running the transaction code
  3. Login’s for all the profiles created needs to be documented
  4. No. of users used for testing and performance of the application on the same

Go live and support

  1. Basis Manual
  2. Post Go-Live Issue Form / Log
  1. Basic manual for the whole application
  2. Post production issue resolving and tracking
"The key to successful project management is not to complicate the simple things, but to simplify the complicated things." - Greg Cimmarrusti

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