DocPoint employees meeting around a laptop

It’s a strategic competency for organizations, enabling them to tie project results to business goals — and thus, better compete in their markets.” (PMI Website;

At DocPoint Solutions, project management is a key element driving our success. We assign a seasoned project manager to each engagement as part of our overall strategy of assuring customers’ business goals are understood and met. In doing so, we gain not only satisfied customers but also repeat business.

The project manager directs and organizes the overall project, providing leadership focused on four primary objectives:

  1. Communication
  2. Organization
  3. Problem Solving
  4. Team Building

The DocPoint teams are very interactive on projects. Daily stand-ups provide opportunity for our developers, analysts and architects to touch-base and converse on all projects. There are also weekly sessions to help our customers remain on a consistent cadence on project statuses.

The Project Manager is Responsible For:

  • Participating in all project meetings and discussions
  • Serving as the central point of communication for the customer and the team
  • Keeping the project moving forward
  • Assuring project milestones are met.

Most important, the project manager keeps the focus on the customer, where it belongs.

By incorporating project management best practices in every engagement, DocPoint Solutions continues to achieve successful ends to our projects.