The PMI Manitoba project of the year 2014 has been awarded to a PRINCE2 project run by PRINCE2 graduates at Manitoba eHealth and Online Business Systems.

Complex project delivered with PRINCE2

The Admission, Discharge and Transfer (ADT) Project created a standard electronic health record to manage all patient admissions, discharges and transfers leading to a more consistent patient experience and better care and safety.  It was successfully delivered within schedule and budget. Watch Chris Ashley, Project Manager at Online Business Systems explain the ADT project, the challenges faced and how they were overcome.  Chris was one of the first project managers in Winnipeg to gain PRINCE2 Practitioner certification with Advantage Learning in 2009.

Pioneering work rewarded

Paul Atkin, Training Director at Advantage Learning said; “Manitoba eHealth and Online Business Systems were among the early  pioneers of PRINCE2 in Canada and Advantage Learning has been privileged to provide them with PRINCE2 certification since 2008.   This award is well deserved and shows how PRINCE2 is being be used to deliver critical long term projects in Canada.”

PMI Manitoba project of the year nominations

The eHealth / OBS entry won the Project of the Year award against stiff competition from:

  • MTS – Fleet Optimization project which rolled out GPS systems to 750 vehicles to improve routing and reduce fuel consumption
  • Manitoba Teacher’s Society – the Fineos project which implemented new software to better manager disability benefits
  • Manitoba Justice – Maintenance Enforcement Program which improved the management of a child’s right to court ordered financial support
  • Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and Manitoba eHealth – Print Optimization Project which reduced print costs by $750,000