CHARLOTTE, NC--(Marketwired - Sep 11, 2013) - Premier Alliance Group, Inc. (
The PPM Software is critical to managing the bank's larger scale project budgets, timeline, and resource pool. A PPM software upgrade of this magnitude requires an in-depth understanding of the Organizational Change Management requirements necessary to take full advantage of the software's benefits in driving decisions and managing costs. Premier's extensive experience and industry experts made it the ideal choice to develop the custom framework for Organizational Change needed to assure a smooth transition.
Premier staff will work closely with the bank's business and technology leaders to manage the changing environment and provide key components such as organizational change communication; business readiness testing; training development and training delivery.
According to Graeme Booth, President, Business Performance Division, "The Bank was looking for a provider that had an in depth understanding of their environment and that could deliver a change management approach which was built around the key dimensions of people, process and technology. This requirement matched very well with Premier's holistic approach to solution delivery on large complex projects."
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