Consulting and Advisory

Aligning Programs and Projects with Corporate Strategy

We help mortgage businesses and financial institutions effectively manage programs and projects in alignment with corporate objectives, timelines, and budget requirements. Leveraging experienced and tested subjective matter experts (SME) and program and project management professionals, we ensure strategic initiatives are effectively prioritized from concept through completion with a focus on regulatory compliance.

Program Management

Consolidated Analytics’ expert practitioners and program managers orchestrate and integrate complex projects and programs to ensure effective timeline management, workplace diplomacy, optimal decision-making, and Return on Investment (ROI). We drive successful program management by focusing on the following:

Aligning with strategic, corporate, department, and technology objectives

Integrating plans across key executive stakeholders, management, and project teams

Collaborating across functions, processes, departments, partners, and vendors

Applying best practices, compliance, systems, and technologies

Designing and implementing models to support your unique project objectives

Measuring and monitoring progress at every phase and delivering timely reporting

Delivering Project Outcomes without Compromising Quality or Compliance

Consolidated Analytics’ project management professionals apply top management principles such as Agile and Lean Six Sigma to prioritize, control, and execute critical deliverables across the project life cycle on time and within budget. We collaborate with key stakeholders to:

Develop and balance baselines, scope, budget, timelines, and milestones

Manage and monitor project staff, project teams, and partners and define work breakdown structures

Define project success criteria and key performance indicators (KPI)

Establish change management protocols


Identify risk and develop a risk response plan

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