Telarus Project Management

Simplifying Complex Processes

Most significant technology sales involve multiple vendors.  While a contracted service may be purchased  through a single vendor, the local access to network services may be provided by another.  There may be third party vendors responsible for equipment procurement, configuration and installation.  Software-as-a-service providers may also be involved, requiring the network and equipment products noted above.  Many significant projects also require coordination with additional vendors and providers from which the customer may be migrating to their new solution.  All of these parties and their many moving parts are most successfully coordinated and integrated by a Telarus project manager, who is able to ensure that each stakeholder’s interests are properly protected and served.

Become a Telarus partner to gain access to our project management team. We recommend engaging this team prior to your deal closing and if desired, your provided project manager can help closing the sale!



Experienced Telarus managers begin by assembling all relevant information about the sale, and often create a full network diagram for project management.


Customer, vendor and other teams are identified; communication distribution lists are created; and schedules are determined for updates and necessary meetings.


Gantt charts, spreadsheets and other customized tools are designed and shared among team members; both to time and coordinate tasks, and to track progress toward milestones and objectives.


Telarus project managers aggressively escalate issues as necessary, to resolve delays and develop additional solutions to keep the project moving forward.


Regular, detailed collaboration is maintained with involved vendor(s) and all team members to quickly translate the sales agreements into installed, functioning services; which meet the customer’s performance expectations, and which invoice and commission accurately.


The oversight and coordination provided by Telarus increases the opportunity’s value as additional revenue-generating needs are identified and resolved by the project manager, before potential associated long-term problems result.