Need An Integrator? | Portfolio | Program | Project

MAKE IT HAPPEN!

When you need an experienced Integrator for your project, program, or portfolio who can synthesize all of the moving parts of any initiative AND transform your ideas into the results and verifiable deliverables you need… contact us!

Accelerate Your Growth With An On-Demand or Fractional Program Integrator or Project Manager Today!

program integrator project manager
program integrator project manager

If you’re experiencing the pain of transforming your ideas into and implementing your strategies, and product or service reality without wasting time, money, and resources.

If you recognize that an admin does not give you the level of expertise and skill-set that you need to elevate your business, then you need to turn the page and level-up to an experienced Project Manager, Program Integrator, or Business Analyst.

Sound familiar? then contact us…

What Can a Program Integrator or Project Manager Do For You?

The short answer: SYNTHESIS and IMPLEMENTATION. The power of a skilled Program Integrator or Project Manager includes expertise to…

▶ Clarify what needs to get done.

▶ Create a plan with milestones and tasks to get it done.

▶ Take responsibility for managing all inbound and outbound assets for the final deliverable.

▶ Act as a shield that’s forward-leaning and can alert you to what’s beyond the horizon that may derail your project, program, or overall strategy.

Case Study Snapshot

We created and installed key members of the program management team and established a new Program Integrator role within Natixis NA, the largest bank in France.  All roles interacted daily with U.S. and French-based c-level executives within the bank. Revamping the regulatory team led to:

1. Multiple 6-figure cost savings in program implementation of regulatory projects

2. Operational efficiencies that saved workflow implementation time

3. Cost savings from renegotiated vendor contracts, including one from a Big Four accounting firm

Program Integration & Project Management

Get decades of experience delivered to your team on-demand.  Leverage best practices in Program Integration, Project Management, and Business Analysis to maximize growth for your business.

You and your team can enjoy a transformative experience where they are engaged and supported to produce results.

Program Integrator vs. Project Manager 

Project Manager (PM)

A Project Manager by definition is an integrator and a core responsibility is to take a leadership role in managing the triple constraints of time, cost, and scope.

A Project Manager is a skilled position that can contribute to significant savings and operational efficiencies within either tech and non-tech environments. 

▶ Bottomline: A Project Manager can be looked at more like a Swiss Army knife for bringing any product, service, initiative from idea-to-close, while managing the key constraints of time, money, and resources.

A key strength of this role is communication and implementation. Project Managers add value by synthesizing people, processes, and systems. 

What is difference between a Certified Project Manager vs. an Uncertified PM?

Certified Project Managers have a more robust skill set than un-certified Project Managers and have proven capabilities in moving any project from initiation, planning, execution, monitoring & controlling, and close.

A certified PM has met rigorous educational and exam criteria to become eligible for the PMP – Project Management Professional designation from the Project Management Institute.

Program Integrator

A Program Integrator takes the lead on key initiatives related to a company’s strategy or overall direction. A Program Integrator may have a specific area of expertise, but is not skilled in the more in-depth application of Project Management disciplines related to areas such as critical milestone alignment, schedule baselines, and scope management. 

▶ Bottomline: A Program Integrator provides a solid role as a partner in any strategic initiative within a company. Anyone in this role facilitates clear and concise communications to roll-out new or updated initiatives and policy enhancements.

Program Integrator vs Project Manager

What is difference between a Program and Project?

A program is a group of related projects with a core element(s) tying them together. A project is temporary undertaking for the purpose of implementing a product, service, or result.  

Need An Integrator? | Portfolio | Program | Project

MAKE IT HAPPEN!

When you need an experienced Integrator for your project, program, or portfolio who can synthesize all of the moving parts of any initiative AND transform your ideas into the results and verifiable deliverables you need… contact us!

Accelerate Your Growth With An On-Demand or Fractional Program Integrator or Project Manager Today!

If you’re experiencing the pain of transforming your ideas into and implementing your strategies, and product or service reality without wasting time, money, and resources.

If you recognize that an admin does not give you the level of expertise and skill-set that you need to elevate your business, then you need to turn the page and level-up to an experienced Project Manager, Program Integrator, or Business Analyst.

Sound familiar? then contact us…

program integrator project manager
program integrator project manager

What Can a Program Integrator or Project Manager Do For You?

The short answer: SYNTHESIS and IMPLEMENTATION. The power of a skilled Program Integrator or Project Manager includes expertise to…

▶Clarify what needs to get done.

▶ Create a plan with milestones and tasks to get it done.

▶ Take responsibility for managing all inbound and outbound assets for the final deliverable.

▶ Act as a shield that’s forward-leaning and can alert you to what’s beyond the horizon that may derail your project, program, or overall strategy.

 

Case Study Snapshot

We created and installed key members of the program management team and established a new Program Integrator role within Natixis NA, the largest bank in France.  All roles interacted daily with U.S. and French-based c-level executives within the bank. Revamping the regulatory team led to

 

1. Multiple 6-figure cost savings in program implementation of regulatory projects

2. Operational efficiencies that saved workflow implementation time

3. Cost savings from renegotiated vendor contracts, including one from a Big Four accounting firm

Why Program Integration & Project Management?

Get decades of experience delivered to your team on-demand.  Leverage best practices in Program Integration, Project Management, and Business Analysis to maximize growth for your business.

You and your team can enjoy a transformative experience where they are engaged and supported to produce results.

Program Integrator vs. Project Manager 

Project Manager (PM)

A Project Manager by definition is an integrator and a core responsibility is to take a leadership role in managing the triple constraints of time, cost, and scope.

A Project Manager is a skilled position that can contribute to significant savings and operational efficiencies within either tech and non-tech environments. 

▶ Bottomline: A Project Manager can be looked at more like a Swiss Army knife for bringing any product, service, initiative from idea-to-close, while many the key constraints of time, money, and resources.

A key strength of this role is communication and implementation. Project Manager add value by synthesizing people, processes, and systems. 

 

What is difference between a Certified Project Manager vs. an Uncertified PM?

Certified Project Managers have a more robust skill set than un-certified Project Managers and have proven capabilities in moving any project from initiation, planning, execution, monitoring & controlling, and close.

A certified PM has met rigorous educational and exam criteria to become eligible for the PMP – Project Management Professional designation from the Project Management Institute.

Program Integrator

A Program Integrator takes the lead on key initiatives related to a company’s strategy or overall direction. A Program Integrator may have a specific area of expertise, but is not skilled in the more in-depth application of Project Management disciplines related to areas such as critical milestone alignment, schedule baselines, and scope management. 

▶ Bottomline: A Program Integrator provides a solid role as a partner in any strategic initiative within a company. Anyone in this role facilitates clear and concise communications to roll-out new or updated initiatives and policy enhancements.

Program Integrator vs Project Manager

What is difference between a Program and Project?

A program is a group of related projects with a core element(s) tying them together. A project is a temporary undertaking for the purpose of implementing a product, service, or result.