PMP Certified Project Managers
Project management is a key part of Impact 21’s service offerings. Whether as a standalone service or as a component of another offering, we have the background and expertise to drive a project forward. Many of our project managers are certified Project Management Professionals (PMP®) through the Project Management Institute (PMI). This certification allows you to rest assured that we will get the job done right.
A PMP® certified project manager can speak the global language of project management and knows PM inside and out. “Studies show that with a PMP on board, organizations complete more of their projects on time, on budget and meeting original goals.” ~Pulse of the Profession® study, PMI, 2015.
Impact 21’s focus on retail combined with expertise in project management creates rich, unique capabilities that drive successful projects. We help you across retail landscapes, allowing us to not only work with retailers, but with all those who interact with them.
What is a PMP Certification?
Developed for project managers by project managers, this certification program allows participants to gain expertise that is transferable worldwide, across any industry, and can be applied to any methodology.
Retail Focus Brings Added Expertise
Our project managers’ focus and knowledge in retail, combined with PMP certification, offeres clients an unparalleled depth of expertise.
PMI’s certification program is designed to ensure that all certification holders are competent in all areas of PM. It validates that the project manager maintains strong the PM knowledge, experience, and skills needed to lead project teams and achieve successful project results.
Learn more about PMI’s PMP Certification program.
What does it take to get PMP certified?
The PMP certification brings great benefits to our clients. What does that certification process involve?
- Eligibility for the program requires specific educational and professional experience in PM
- Successful completion of certification exam
- 4,500 hours leading and directing projects
- 35 hours of project management education
- Agreement to the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct