The implementation phase of project management relates to the actual carrying out of project tasks in order to meet deliverables and milestones. The project team ensures the implementation of work in accordance with the project scope and agreed plans - handling any contingencies that arise in line with the risk matrix developed.
Documentation is carried out which entails maintaining records of tasks done, preparing handbooks for future maintenance, and developing detailed instructions for the customers. As part of the documentation process, a risk log is also maintained. Depending on the nature of the project, documentation may also involve writing an application program interface.
During execution of a project, great importance is placed on monitoring and control to ensure that the project keeps to its time schedule and meets other parameters as defined in the WBS, PERT and CPM. Project controlling closely relates to monitoring, and ensures that the project implementation takes place with the agreed standards.
Being an ISO 9001:2008 certified organization, quality control is at the core of EPOS, ensuring that the project adheres to the quality standards originally agreed with the client in the project initiation phase. Over the years, EPOS has also utilized lessons learnt during project implementation to develop an in-house financial management system that enables close monitoring and cost control for all our projects.