Project Management Solutions

Keep your organization's most strategic projects on time and on budget to keep your employees learning and focused, and to keep accelerating your project management success no matter what the environment.

Project management is the use of processes, methods, skills, knowledge, and experience to meet particular project objectives within agreed-upon parameters while adhering to project acceptance criteria.

IT Project Supervisory

Consultancy between Customer and Vendor. Services related to projects from GS Technology reduce technical risks, prevent errors, analyze failures, control budgets and keep your project within the planned schedule.

As businesses become more reliant on technology, the need for project supervisors with technical skills will continue to grow.

Project supervisors are responsible for overseeing all aspects of a project, from planning and scheduling to budgeting and reporting. In order to be successful in this role, they need to have a deep understanding of both the technical aspects of the project and the business goals that it is trying to achieve.

Project management is becoming more popular as a profession, as more and more companies realize the importance of having someone who is responsible for managing projects successfully.

Project supervisors can capitalize on this trend by becoming experts in project management techniques and methods. This will allow them to provide valuable advice and guidance to their colleagues, as well as help them to manage their projects more effectively.

Software Development

We manage the planning, scheduling, budgeting, execution, and delivery of software and web projects. We ensure the successful completion of all software projects and oversee the people performing work on the projects. We deliver software solutions that improve enterprises’ productivity, strengthen their relationships with customers, and increase users’ loyalty, along with streamlining partnerships and team collaboration.

Software development refers to a set of computer science activities dedicated to the process of creating, designing, deploying and supporting software.

Software itself is the set of instructions or programs that tell a computer what to do. It is independent of hardware and makes computers programmable. There are three basic types:

  • System software

    System software to provide core functions such as operating systems, disk management, utilities, hardware management and other operational necessities.

  • Programming software

    Programming software to give programmers tools such as text editors, compilers, linkers, debuggers and other tools to create code.

  • Application software

    Application software (applications or apps) to help users perform tasks. Office productivity suites, data management software, media players and security programs are examples. Applications also refers to web and mobile applications like those used to shop on, socialize with Facebook or post pictures to Instagram.

  • Embedded software

    A possible fourth type is Embedded software. Embedded systems software is used to control machines and devices not typically considered computers — telecommunications networks, cars, industrial robots and more. These devices, and their software, can be connected as part of the Internet of Things

System Merger

Our Company manages the merging of two companies that looks into expanding their business and increased market growth.

Merging is the practice of taking two or more groups of data in the form of a file or folder, and combining them into a single file or folder, respectively. Most revision control software has the capability to marge data as well as perform other similar functions. Merging is commonly used in organizations or systems where documents or data are changed by different users or systems. Merging combines all the sets of changes into a single file to avoid overlapping of data.

ERP Implementation

Our Team provides you with best Project management excellence in ERP Implementation process efficiently.

ERP system integrates many functions across the business, such as financial management, human resources, sales and manufacturing, to deliver benefits such as increased productivity and efficiency. ERP implementation describes the process of planning, configuring and deploying an ERP. The process typically continues for a few months—and it’s complex, because an ERP system supports and automates many different functions.

To ensure a successful implementation, the organization needs to carefully define its requirements, determine how to redesign processes to take advantage of the system, configure the ERP system to support those processes and rigorously test it before deploying it to users. Successfully navigating all those steps on schedule requires careful planning and a structured, phased implementation approach.

A typical ERP implementation plan can be divided into six phases, each with specific objectives. Every business is unique, so the phases may vary somewhat depending on the company, and they also may overlap. The six-part ERP implementation phase lifecycle includes discovery and planning, design, development, testing, deployment and support.

Joint Venture IT

We provide Project management software that permits remote access to authorized users from multiple organizations that will be helpful for ensuring all parties have access to the same information.

Technology-based joint ventures are subject to rapidly changing technical standards, fluctuating markets and an emphasis on intangible services. But with careful legal planning, the joint venture can be an extremely effective vehicle for bringing together technology companies wishing to tap each other's intellectual property assets, often allowing these parties to reach new markets or expand existing relationships.