Project manager

As a software development project manager, your primary goals are to ensure that your project is delivered on time, on budget and on spec. To achieve this outcome, you need complete transparency and control over both the process and the communication between the entire project team. Redgum’s Redprint™ delivers the control and transparency you need.


Decoding software development

If you are in charge of a project, you probably have experienced the challenges of managing software development. You have an understanding of how much can get lost in translation and both the capital and emotional cost. Managing a team of people is always challenging, however if you have clear protocols which anyone can understand and follow, as well as simple reporting capabilities, this complex task becomes that much simpler. This is the promise of Redprint™.

Everyone on the same page

There is a colourful if not distasteful expression that explains the best way to develop software; ‘How do you eat and elephant?’ the answer is ‘one bite at a time.’ Software development is more successful if you break down the development of assets and tasks, by priority.

Everything is not equal when developing or upgrading software. There are priority builds and ‘nice to have’ builds. The decisions for which should not be the primary responsibility of your internal development team. Redgum uses Redprint™ and their collective experience to help you focus your people’s attention and resources on priority activities, and provide a roadmap for secondary and tertiary priorities. This attention to detail will help you deliver what you need now faster and lay the foundations for future builds.

Managing expectations

Sometimes dealing with senior management can be like dealing with a frustrated 2-year-old. They don’t always understand why they can’t have what they want now. By working with Redgum and using Redprint™ you will have both the resources and reporting capabilities to respond to these demands, and if necessary adjust your priorities and resources accordingly.