Consulting & Project Management


Our Consulting and Project Management services brings added value to clients by allowing them spent for what is needed instead of “good to have”. We work tirelessly with the client to understand the situation or challenges before we can recommend any solution(s). MWETANA project management consultants have the capabilities to setup Project Management Office (PMO) system(s), recommend improvements applicable to all areas of the client portfolio, Project Management Office (PMO) structure, processes, people, tools, & either performs or provides oversight for the implementation of recommended changes.


We also design an effective portfolio management system. We work closely with client management teams to compile and assess business portfolio program needs, using proven processes and tools to assure benefit realization from the portfolio strategy through Project Management Office (PMO) design.


Our approach to IT Project Management is always tailored to the needs of our client and can range from the management of a portfolio of sites across all network/software deployment disciplines to the temporary assignment of specialist Project Managers into our client’s offices or Project Management Offices(PMOs).


Our consulting team are skilled in business consulting, automation, re-engineering, project scoping and planning, program scheduling, change management and the management of all professional disciplines from site acquisition and planning to civil and technical design and build.


Five key benefits:

  1. Businesses can quick prioritize their IT budget
  2. Business can know where to start and where to end with an IT blueprint and technology roadmap
  3. Businesses will understand the ground rules and expectations for any project.
  4. It provides project managers, functional managers and the operational staff with a common language that eases communication and helps ensure that everyone is on the same page and successful project implementation.
  5. Managers can quickly determine which project items are proceeding smoothly and which are not when all projects follow the same processes and approaches and uses the same metrics for measuring project performance.