AASKI Technology‘s project management processes include the development and management of integrated master schedules (IMS) by a master scheduler. The IMS is a key program management tool used for planning, scheduling, and tracking large and complex projects. It includes all of the detailed project tasks and multi-layered schedule required to successfully complete a project as well as dependencies and relationships between tasks. Based on best practices and AASKI standard process, our master schedulers develop an IMS that is right for the project - with the right tasks, level of detail, and critical path. The IMS is used to measure project progress and communicate the status of the project to all project stakeholders.
At AASKI, project planning starts with a good Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). AASKI Technology’s project managers use this key program management tool to accurately define and scope the total project. The WBS is a decomposition of the project into smaller components (phases, deliverables, and work efforts), allowing for clear resource allocation, better estimating, and monitoring and controlling the project. The WBS is the basis for the development of the project IMS.
AASKI Technology’s Quality Assurance (QA) professionals provide all level of quality assurance (QA) expertise to ensure products meet customer requirements and business objectives prevent defects. QA includes a planned and systematic approach to testing, peer reviews, and process audits. Quality assurance services are compliant with SEI CMMI Level 3 practices and ISO 9001:2015 practices.
AASKI Technology’s Configuration Management capabilities use a formal management approach to change management so that a product or system maintains its integrity over time. Our CM managers ensure that project changes are documented, traceable, and applied in a controlled manner so that the stability and security of the product is not compromised and work products are accurate and consistent. CM is implemented using industry tools and comprehensive SEI CMMI based practices across all products and services.
AASKI has developed a formal systematic approach to the identification, assessment, and management of project risks. Risk management practices (based on PMI and SEI CMMI practices) are used to minimize, monitor and control the probability of events that can have a negative impact on a project through the development of mitigation strategies and contingency planning.
AASKI uses an effective integrated strategy to build and maintain a strong reputation and relationship with stakeholders and partners including those in government, media, issue management, corporate responsibility, dissemination of information, and strategic communications.
AASKI applies CMMI® Level 3 project management practices with subject matter expertise, PMP® project management skills and management strategies/capabilities to manage project initiation through delivery to ensure we provide a solution that meets all project goals within project constraints including scope, schedule, quality and budget. Our goal is to provide our customers with products that exceed intended benefit and value add.