Properly managing risk, time and cost is critical to achieving the strategic objectives of any organisation. Ploy is your PMO, providing the rigour and framework to support your IT project delivery function and is focused on delivering on the strategic objectives for your organisation, while also providing full visibility to key project stakeholders.
We understand that managing multiple projects means multiple considerations – including what is critical, key budget considerations, regulatory requirements and more that impact your ability to deliver everything you need, when you need to. Ploy provides the ability to scale up your internal technical and Project Management resources in order to meet targets and project deadlines, move with greater velocity, increase scalability, and drive flexibility.
We understand that a successful project outcome is critical for your business. By ensuring that your IT project is managed in the right way from the start, you can have confidence that your project is set up for success. Ploy also ensures that all of your key stakeholders have full visibility of your project’s progress as and when they require it – ensuring tangible outcomes and full benefits realisation for your organisation.
Simply put, Ploy has never let us down. Having partnered with Ploy for the past 5 years, I’ve called on them to help on several occasions when the landscape has changed, and we’ve been left time poor. Their ability to scale quickly and on mass across niche skill sets is what separates them from the market. They take a proactive, consulting approach and position themselves as a true extension of our service line.
Director, Solution Sales
(WWIS -Australia, APAC, Hong Kong & Taiwan), Microsoft
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