We identify a strategy to implement projects according to requirements.

Project management is vital to any organization's success in today's competitive environment. It is responsible for delivering projects on time and on budget.

Project management involves identifying the problem, establishing a plan, and then executing the plan until the solution has been found.

We help our clients develop an end-to-end approach for their projects to ensure that their projects are successfully managed.

Project Management Phases in Mad Devs:


Before starting a project, it is crucial to define the scope of the project and its goals. This step is followed by our project managers and delivery managers identifying the various elements of the project that will help evaluate it: a collection of requirements and assistance in setting goals, analysis, and definition of a team of works, work with the terms of reference, etc.

PM’s responsibilities are:

  • Transition project knowledge
  • Review client agreement
  • Verify project fundings


Once the project's goals are defined, our project managers together with the client set up milestones, epics, designate roadmaps, a list of sub-tasks is organized to carry out specific tasks, begin to plan the scopes of work, priorities, determine delivery dates, etc. This list also contains the project's financial framework.


PM’s responsibilities are:

  • Prepare charter
  • Prepare schedule
  • Prepare budget
  • Plan procurement strategy
  • Plan risks


The follow-up phase typically involves the carrying out the tasks and procedures that were previously assigned. The project manager maintains regular communication with all product owners and stakeholders, record individual procedures, and simultaneously monitors the timeline of delivering tasks, project budget management, technical debt, and work on risk management. 

PM’s responsibilities are:

  • Validate project scope
  • Communicate project status
  • Manage design process
  • Manage construction process


The monitoring phase is also a vital step in the project's implementation. It involves keeping track of all the deadlines and all the potential issues that could cause the project to veer off course. These include tracking the project's progress and performance, setting up information radiators for monitoring business metrics, identifying areas of improvement, and carrying out approved changes.


PM’s responsibilities are:

  • Validate project scope
  • Communicate project status
  • Update schedule
  • Obtain approvals
  • Update budget


The termination phase of the project is carried out after the project has been completed, and it includes a report that summarizes the lessons learned from the operation.

PM’s responsibilities are:

  • Execute project plan
  • Complete financial close-out
  • Prepare case study
  • Conduct client survey


Maintenance is an optional step, but many of our customers in Mad Devs want to continue working with us after the project is delivered, so we continue to support it. A regular check-up of the product is conducted to ensure that it continues to meet the requirements of the ongoing operation. Project maintenance involves continuous work on the product to improve its features and functionalities according to many important reasons:


We create an accurate maintenance plan based on which we perform software optimization, error correction, deletion of discarded features, and enhancement of available functionality.

PM’s responsibilities are:

  • Ensure all processes, manual and automated, are documented in the operating procedures
  • Review and update management plan and component plans
  • Manage and control configuration and changes to the system.

 With us, you can count on processes ensured by experts in project management and the best tools to execute the development.

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Alice Jang

Project Manager