Example of Project Charter

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Project Charter Project Name: Company: Division: Department: Process or Product: XYZ Computer System XYZ Manufacturing Company Ltd. Computer Systems Information Technology Servers and Displays manufacturing Prepared By: Document Owners Ken Owttrim John Smith Joe Blow Project or Organization Role Project Manager Director, IT – Project Owner VP, Manufacturing – Project Sponsor Version Control Ver # 0 Date 02/01/09 Author Ken Owttrim John Smith Joe Blow Change Description Document created 1 2 Project Charter Project Charter Purpose The Project Charter defines the scope, objectives, deliverables and overall approach for the work to be completed. It is a critical element for initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and…show more content…
Shorten product delivery times by implementing new system. By implementing the new customer order configuration module: The average days to deliver Displays will drop from 8 to 3 days and the Server delivery days will drop from 10 to 5 days. The project will provide a flexible, modularized bill of material system. The new system will require less support costs. Interface the bills of material system to the order entry process so that the order entry error rate will be reduced by 75%. Successfully implement the new software on XYZ hardware in order to cancel third party hardware maintenance. Project Deliverables: ID 1. Milestone Display division goes live Deliverable -Deliverable 1: Complete Inventory module Deliverable 2: Complete Bill of Material module Deliverable 3: Complete Order Entry module Deliverable 4: Finalize testing and training -Deliverable 1: Complete Inventory module Deliverable 2: Complete Bill of Material module Deliverable 3: Complete Order Entry module Deliverable 4: Finalize testing and training Due Date 02/01/10 05/01/09 08/01/09 11/01/09 01/15/10 06/01/10 01/01/10 02/01/10 03/01/10 05/15/10 2. Server division goes live NB: A Gantt Chart produced by a suitable project planning software application is essential to understanding all of the project deliverables and activities, their interrelationships, completion due dates, and progress status. Once the project plan details have been

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