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MSIS has been in the project manager role since the late 90's and has utilized various methodologies over the years.  As project managers, we ensure effective communication between executive management, project stakeholders and the development team to help streamline system development and expectations.

By utilizing an Agile Unified Process methodology for project management, project managers help clients avoid common project pitfalls by carefully planning and managing all aspects an application from development to implementation.

Infrastructure is one of the most important aspect to a quality and secure environment.  Whether you are a small business or a medium sized corporation, infrastructure services are extremely important.  Unfortunately, infrastructure maintenance can consume a large portion of your budget.  The good news is that maintenance can largely be automated.  This automation will help monitor existing services, provide software updates, and control your environment, leading to a healthy and most importantly secure invironment.

In today's dynamic environment, technology continues to advance as your business requirements continue to evolve.  Does your infrastructure provide the necesary functionality and operational agility to support your workforce?

To help your organization understand the capabilities of Web 2.0 and to help utilize your existing infrastructure, MSIS recommends a high level Technology Audit of your IT systems and architecture.  With a high level audit, we gain an understanding of your existing infrastructure which we will use along with your immediate and long term goals to recommend long term solutions that are unique to your business needs.

MSIS has been in the Software/Application Development Management role for over 10 years.  Throughout the years and projects, numerous methodoliges have been followed.  Unfortunately, in the 90's waterfall development was king.  Today, a much better approach called Agile Unified Process is followed.  To put it simply, this process leads to better software with better stakeholder and user acceptance. 

Agile Software Development refers to a group of software development methodologies that promotes development iterations, open collaboration, and process adaptability throughout the life-cycle of the project. It chooses to do things in small increments, with minimal planning, rather than plan at length. This helps to minimize the overall risk, and allows the project to adapt to changes more quickly. There is also an emphasis on stakeholder involvement. Meaning at the end of each iteration, the stakeholders are consulted about the product and comments are noted and changes are implemented in the next iteration.