By understanding our customer's business processes we are able to:
Project portfolio management processes are the key to a successful PPM implementation. Some of the methods your organization might have in place might include project prioritization, resource allocation, budgeting, scheduling, annual planning, and financial accounting using multiple execution frameworks and methodologies.
During a PPM implementation, the evaluation of all these practices is needed to understand the future state vision the organization wants to achieve and may require changes to be implemented. Redesigning and re-visualization of these processes also reveal the strengths and weaknesses and open the door for optimization & improvement.
By focusing on reducing non value-added activities in the operations, eliminating waiting, and waste accumulation and over-utilization of resources, the Annitek team can assist its customers in getting improvement in process efficiencies.
At Annitek, we believe that a PPM implementation is a deployment of processes within the tool. To support that thinking, we use PDCA (Plan, Do, Check, Act) for continually improving processes and our solutions. The team believes that after each iteration, we need to keep re-evaluating the process we deployed and confirm the results through before-and-after data comparison. Study the effect, measure effectiveness, and decide whether the solution satisfactorily meets the customer needs. The end-user feedback supporting the continuous improvement cycle is the foundation of our success.
Our goal is to improve the process efficiencies, reduce waste, and have a repeatable process which leads to improved maturity of the organization.