Are you trying to set up a website for your business? Do you feel that your business’ website should be more than just a blog site? If your answer is yes to both questions, you might need to turn to web project managers to help you out. But before you get over your head, you need to know a few things first, about the basics of website project management, the person who does it, and the things you can achieve when you hire someone to do it for you.
So, for starters, let’s take a look at some background information about what you are about to do. What is a web project? As you might have guessed, it’s not that simple. If you have a growing business, and you feel that a simple blog is not enough to cater to the needs of your users, you’ll need to invest on a web project. This is part of how your very own website can be created. The project will cater to what you and your users will presumably need out of a website, the time-frame, and the unique website itself once it is completed.
So why not just have someone with an IT or computer tech background just do the job? Well, you need to have a website project management to do everything that has to do with the creation of the project. And by everything, I mean everything – the planning, the design, the cost and budget, and even the testing. A web project manager is in charge of all this, and on top of his priority is to organize and manage the resources that you provide to meet your goal. It is his job to make sure that the project meets the deadline without compromising the quality, the cost, and the satisfaction of its future users.
Website project management is closely related to software project management but is in fact significantly different in terms of the scope of what the web project manager’s role is throughout the duration of the project. The project’s timeframe is a lot shorter, and the management should use a more “cutting edge” technology than that of software projects. And when it comes to pricing of the service, there is no fixed rate – a project manager can be paid per project or be given a standard rate as an ‘in-house” manager for a company. This also means that the manager can work on multiple projects at a time, and that the web project manager can be in charge of a whole team of web technicians to work on a project.
Knowing the scope of a web project manager will help you run your business more efficiently, allowing you to be better organized and giving you enough chance at tracking time and productivity. Hiring one might just be your best move at taking your business to the next level.