Project Managment

MDX Technologies Project Management Office (PMO) provides oversight and governance to all MDX Technologies' projects. Projects are consistently managed according to industry best practices by experienced/certified consultants and adhere to the MDX Technologies' Project Management Methodology. Our Project Managers continually conduct regular reviews of system documentation, customer deliverables, code vaults, project management documentation, and tracks overall project statistics to ensure that all projects are delivered on-time and on-budget to exceed all client expectations.


MDX Technologies employs our methodology known as the MDX Technologies' Solution Delivery Method for a majority of our project engagements. The development of this method was influenced by two industry standard methodologies: Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) and IBM/Lotus' Accelerated Value Method (AVM), and was based on our own accumulated history of best practices. Combined with the leadership of a national consulting force, we created a holistic approach to solution development that addresses all components of a solid, complete business solution. Our methodology uses an iterative process model. Execution of all milestones in succession constitutes a delivery cycle. Each milestone ends with a specific deliverable designed to keep the project on target with respect to schedule and customers’ requirements. Scheduling the delivery of milestone tasks throughout the project timeline instead of at the end of the project reduces client risk and accelerates return on investment for the client. The result is a common vocabulary of terms that unites MDX consultants and the customer into a tightly knit, efficient project team. The Solution Delivery Method promotes frequent and effective communication. Foremost, it ensures that no element of risk escapes detection. This methodology is a valued tool for every MDX project manager, and is applied diligently to ensure each project's success.


  1. Discover the business process, solution objectives, and project risks to create a precise and comprehensive scope.
  2. Design a comprehensive architecture and project plan for the enterprise that also considers possible risks faced when deploying this solution.
  3. Develop a working prototype that provides a proof of concept by testing business and technical solution facets.
  4. Validate the proposed solution in a specific, selected environment with a pilot implementation.
  5. Implement with deployments in small, controlled, project segments across the enterprise with adequate project management to ensure continuity of service.
  6. Transition the solution to your IT team for ongoing operations, administration, and support with adequate professional training and procedures.

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