The Council’s criterion for selection focuses on mature organizations which possess sufficiently developed Organizational Project Management (OPM) practices. PMI seeks member companies that actively utilize and promote PMI standards, programs and services.
“We are continually striving to attain a greater level of project management understanding and technique,” said Jim Byrnes, EVP, Infor Consulting Services. “Selection to the PMI Global Executive Council is truly a pivotal moment of recognition for Infor as an industry leader.”
“Infor’s Hyderabad operation employs more than 1000 people involved in product development, support and also implementation services. Many of our consultants are very actively involved on a regular basis in a lot of PMI activities under the PMI chapter of Hyderabad. Some of our project managers even deliver project management training and also lectures to member companies,” said Ranga Pothula, VP of the Infor Centre of Excellence in Hyderabad. “We also design PMI workshops and course content based on our rich expertise coming from many years of working on complex customer projects at Infor. We are key players in starting the PMIPCC Hyderabad chapter in 2002. Many of our employees served as board members driving key initiatives.”