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Implementation Project Coordinator

Come join one of the fastest growing startups in Louisville, KY. We’re looking for someone to continue to manage and refine our customer onboarding process. If you’re organized, detail oriented and personable than you could be a fit. As the Implementation Project Coordinator, you’ll work closely with the head of the customer development team, a salty PMP veteran, from the point of sale through full system implementation and ensure that our customers experience a smooth onboarding process. This is the type of position that will help you build skills that you will use for the rest of your career.

You’ll be responsible for these things: 

  • Bonding with customers as you manage the entire customer implementation process.
  • Ensuring that the onboarding process steps are communicated and understood by the customer. 
  • Coordinating internal resources to meet implementation deadlines. 
  • Helping customers prioritize tasks and…
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Posted by Chris Hall on March 14, 2016 at 11:47am

PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements Update - Are You Ready?

PMI has announced some changes to its Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) mandate.

If your palms are sweating right now, you are probably a PMP, PgMP, PMI-SP or other PMI certification holder.

The good news is that the changes to the CCR program are designed to maintain the value of the program, and that’s good for everyone. After all, PMI credentials are internationally recognized and respected, and while CCRs are meant to keep the program relevant, unless the content and nature of the CCR requirements stay up to date, the program loses its muscle (the professional equivalent of listening to some tunes on your CD Walkman in 2015.).

Why the Update?

Some of the changes were spurred by feedback from credential holders themselves. Users have stated that while the flexibility of the previous CCR program was appreciated, a notable lack of guidance left them feeling a little lost. Other changes were based on feedback from employers.…

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Posted by Cory Camic on June 11, 2015 at 9:03am

 
 
 

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