ITG

ITG – PPM
Sciforma provides a full-range solution for the needs of ITG project management providing a daily, friendly and simple-to-use tool –
Office of the CIO (OCIO).
IT units currently operate in a more demanding environment than ever being required to present benefits for the business, ensure that their actions are targeted according to organizational strategy and follow a cost/benefit guided financial management concept.
IT units face an endless stream of demands from the various business units – changes for existing systems, demands for new developments, development of new systems etc. In addition, various regulations requiring stricter monitoring and control of IT activity (such as SOX)
have entered into force.
An effective project management system, which operates in such a changing environment, is required to answer the following questions:

  1. Who initiated the requirement and what is the requirement’s significance in a cost-benefit analysis?
  2. How are the IT resources distributed and on what they focus at every given moment?
  3. Which projects and tasks are in process and which are expected to be received?
  4. How to prioritize various requirements and projects and based on which criteria?
  5. How to effectively manage IT resources and which risks are involved?
  6. How to coordinate and integrate actions and infrastructures?

Sciforma provides a full-range solution for the needs of ITG project management.
The system allows:

  1. Requirement management that provides a solution for the entire lifecycle of the requirement in the project management process, from being a business enterprise to becoming a project, creating transparency and a common language (methodology and information flow using structured Workflow capabilities) involving business referent and the IT unit.
  2. A simulation of the impact of implementing the requirement as a project and portfolio management of the various projects in the organization. Which requirements should be executed and their impact on existing projects.
  3. Devising a long-term program using “What if” scenarios and soft resource planning according to skills or job descriptions, and the capability to execute a short-term detailed planning.
  4. Full multi-project matrix work, simultaneous work of several interested parties on the same project with each party having a full picture of its respective work scope in the various projects.
  5. Risk management at portfolio level and project level down to work-package level.
  6. Financial management, planning versus practice, budget deviations, investment in development versus investment in maintenance, supplier cost management etc.
  7. Real-time data integration and analysis including work hours, sub-contractors, procurement etc.