At iTek, we execute projects utilizing the waterfall and iterative multiphase implementation models. Both these models consist of the following five steps:


Initiate– The initiation phase involves project kick-off, review of requirements, staffing, team building, and setting up the project charter. This phase commences with iTek’s engagement.

Plan– The planning phase is ongoing and continuous, and involves setting up and creating a project management plan comprising:

Project scheduling with milestones, Resource planning, Risk planning, Quality assurance planning, Configuration management planning, Stakeholder involvement planning, Metrics plan including identification of metrics/SLA.

Track– iTek deploys statistical process control for tracking project metrics. A project management workbook (PMWB) is internally maintained to track all the tasks, their productivity, effort, schedule variance, defect density, review and test efficiency.

Control– The controlling activities are segregated as preventive and corrective. This involves using past experience, organizational knowledge base and individual project management competencies to prevent occurrence of non-conformance.

Close– The closure phase, completes the life cycle of the project, and involves knowledge dissemination, end user training, delivery of system/user manuals, and warranty support.



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