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Region lags in project management, says QPM
Construction Week Online
by Gerhard Hope on Nov 25, 2011 QPM COO Ezzat Ragab says project management is essential to control costs in a tight market. The construction industry is embracing project management to manage costs in an increasingly tight market, says Qatar Project
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IT Consulting Firm, Pariveda, Migrates to ''Rock Solid'' Tenrox Cloud PSA
MMD Newswire (press release)
In addition, Pariveda provides strategic services around business systems planning and project management. Pariveda Solutions, Inc. is a 100% employee-owned private company with a core mission to develop, manage and apply talent for the benefit of
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Sanjeev Nakhasi, VP Strategy & Operations, Synefra Engineering & Construction
India Infoline.com
With experienced professionals comprising of engineers, architects, finance and management specialists, Synefra offers a wide array of specialized services in Efficient Project Management (e-PM), Engineering & Construction (E&C) and Integrated Facility
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Safran Project integrated with 3D design software
4-traders (press release)
Both project management software and 3D modeling software are vital applications in the disciplines of planning, execution, risk mitigation, and cost reduction, especially in complex, large scale projects," says yvind Rberg, head of Safran's R&D.
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Qatar is jewel in QPM's $24.7bn global portfolio
Construction Week Online
by Gerhard Hope on Nov 25, 2011 While Qatar Project Management (QPM) is managing a $24.7bn global portfolio, with 11 mega projects in MENA alone, it expects Qatar itself to be the major source of its future growth, says COO Ezzat Ragab.
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Qatar's Retaj to Invest $500 Million in Turkey, Anatolia Reports
Bloomberg
By Ercan Ersoy – Fri Nov 25 07:26:03 GMT 2011 Retaj Marketing & Project Management, a Doha-based real estate developer, will invest $500 million in Turkey to build Islamic Shariah-compliant hotels, state-owned Anatolia News Agency said, citing board
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Scottish government tram documents blacked out
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The government agency was requested information from the Labour party explaining why its officials had been taken out from the project's management board back in 2007. The government's response includes entire pages and, in certain cases,
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