Proximo believes the way our company is structured and organized is always of great benefit to our clients. We construct skilled project teams based on a client’s specific needs without a lot of overhead. We provide continuity in terms of resources and knowledge. Our clients do not retain us to retain an individual but rather to retain an organization that can meet their technology needs.
Proximo often utilizes the following types of resources on a project:
- Engagement Manager: The Engagement Manager will be a high-level management resource with overall responsibility for the project.
- Project Manager: The Project Manager has day-to-day management responsibilities, which include system design and implementation, writing specifications, assigning work to Developers, and quality assurance.
- Business Analyst: Will work with the Project Manager to create business and functional requirements documentation, develop and execute test cases, and to support the Developers as needed.
- Systems Architect: Will work with the Project Manager to create technical designs and documentation as needed to support the Developers.
- User Interface (UI) Specialist: Often a creative designer, this role is primarily be responsibility for creating the user interface for the site or application that meets the client's requirements. The UI will later be implemented by the Developers on the project.
- Developer: The team will have multiple developers to support the Project Leader whose primary responsibility will be the programming. This role includes UI programmers, database programmers, and systems integration specialists.
- Database Administrator: Someone who works at the direction of the Project Manager to setup, manage, maintain, and performance tune the database.
Our Engagement Manager and Project Manager will work with the key client sponsors to ensure that all requirements are met and that all expectations are fulfilled. Proximo is adept at project planning, budgeting, status reporting, and managing Project Office, to which our clients will attest.
The Project Manager is your day-to-day liaison, ensuring that status updates are reported to both client and the Engagement Manager and that tasks are assigned to and completed by the appropriate team member.