Program and Project Management
Program and Project Management
Program and Project Management

​​​​​Geocent has an excellent track record of delivering major projects on time and on budget; so when your business decides to invest in a major development or IT project, you can trust Geocent to calmly and efficiently deliver a complete solution to your business problem.

Geocent’s program management team provides full lifecycle, cost effective solutions in a repeatable, measurable, and creative manner. We provide a centralized and systematic way of selecting and managing projects and initiatives that support our clients’ strategic mission and business goals. Consistent project processes and standards, coupled with continuous process improvements, reduce project cycle time and increase the probability of timely, successful project completion.

Our team looks for ways to reduce costs by improving resource management and eliminating project failures. They are trained to communicate problems and raise issues and risks early on in the project. This supports senior management in making informed decisions and technical support staff in effectively implementing early risk-mitigation strategies.

To read about some of our past projects, click here.

Certified Professionals

Geocent is an active participant in the Project Management Institute and the Scrum Alliance, and our methodologies are based around their internationally recognized practices. Our project managers attend training certified by these organizations, and many are certified as the following:

  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Certified Scrum Professional (CSP)
  • Certified Scrum Master (CSM)
  • Agile Certified Practitioner (ACP)

Our team will take the same level of ownership as you would and will provide clear and consistent communication. You can always rely on Geocent to manage your project or program with the highest level of dedicated professionalism.

Our Services

  • IT Portfolio Management​
  • Project Planning and Control
  • Performance Reporting
  • Schedule Management
  • Financial Management
  • Risk Management
  • Resource Management
  • Quality Management
  • Communications Management