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JB Software closely follows the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) recommended eight areas of knowledge that are critical to managing a project. The eight areas focused are Scope Management, Schedule and Time Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management, Communications Management, Risk Management, and Procurement Management. The following paragraphs describe how JB Software applies the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBK) to successfully execute a project.
Scope Management
In the scope management we will ensure that the project includes all the work required and only the work required for completing the project successfully. Scope here will imply both product and project. Project work and the product feature creep will be curtailed and managed to ensure successful completion of the commitment.

Schedule and Time Management
The project will be decomposed into activities/tasks, summary tasks, etc forming the basic Work Break Structure (WBS) of the project. Each task/activity will have resource, duration or effort and sequence specified. The integrated view of the timeline will constitute the overall schedule for the project. The project schedule will be presented in a bar chart/Gantt chart form.

Cost Management
Our cost management function begins with a proper cost budgeting, and resource planning. Once estimated and budgeted proper controls will be in place to measure and address cost changes and ultimately to bring the project to a completion within budget and on time.

Quality Management
A corporate Quality Management System (QMS) guides the enterprise. The QMS is the backbone of quality methods and processes. The QMS addresses the necessary requirements to develop quality products through quality processes and quality people.

Human Resource Management
We hire highly qualified, skilled employees who are then trained in the areas that are pertinent to our business needs. Project leaders who are responsible and accountable for executing the project on schedule and within budget lead these trained professionals. The project leaders directly report to one of the Executive Managers, who have the ultimate authority and responsibility in making sure that each project is executed with precision, profit, and total customer satisfaction. Human resource policies have been set to appropriately recognize and reward individuals performing outstanding work, going beyond the call of duty, and striving continuously to serve our customers better than any of our competition.

Communications Management
Processes and steps required ensuring timely and appropriate generation, collection, dissemination, storage, and ultimate disposition of project information is included in this area. Determining the information and communication needs of all the stakeholders will be planned. As a part of that planning who needs what information, when will they need it, and how it will be given to them is decided. Then information is collected and disseminated via regularly scheduled status meetings, progress reports, and other mechanisms. We will also tailor the communications process to meet our individual customer needs.

Risk Management
Risk management includes identifying, analyzing, and preparing to respond to project risks. One of the goals of this activity is to maximize the results of positive events and minimize the consequences of the adverse events. At the earliest possible moment in the project an effort will be made to identify various risks that are likely to affect the project, and document the characteristics of those risks. Then risks and risk interactions will be evaluated to assess possible range of outcomes. Based on these findings a risk response scheme will be defined. The risk response control will ensure that appropriate risk management actions over the course of the project.

Procurement Management
This area is focused on the processes required to acquire goods and services from outside. Planning, solicitation,source selection, and contract administration with the vendor will be covered. These steps follow the procurement processes as identified in the QMS.