Project Remote Management Information System (PRMIS)

Our PRMIS system enables efficient collaboration through centralization, management and visualization of project data.
It integrates tailor-made Microsoft tools such as MS Teams and Power BI. The development process includes needs analysis, system design and user training. We focus on user-friendly data management on SharePoint, quality assurance and compliance with data protection standards to ensure the highest quality.


Specific Remote Management Monitoring and Verification Systems (RMMV) are also being developed under this service.



Setting up a PRMIS/RMMV system offers e.g. There are many advantages in fragile states with high security risks and for reducing travel costs. Other reasons for building such a system include:

  1. Enhanced data collection and analysis: Enables accurate data collection and analysis in real-time, resulting in more informed decisions.

  2. Increase in efficiency: Automated processes and centralized data management increase efficiency and productivity.

  3. Remote Access and Management: Allows you to monitor and control projects remotely, which is particularly beneficial in hard-to-reach areas.

  4. Cost Efficiency: In addition to reducing travel costs, a PRMIS/RMMV system can also reduce other operational costs by simplifying and speeding up manual processes.

  5. Risk Minimization: Reduces the risk of errors and information loss through centralized and secure data storage.

  6. Better coordination and collaboration: Promotes collaboration between different stakeholders and makes it easier to coordinate projects across different locations.

  7. Sustainability and environmental friendliness: Reduces the ecological footprint by reducing travel and the associated CO2 emissions.

  8. Adaptability and Scalability: The system can be adapted and scaled to different project sizes and requirements.

Overall, a PRMIS/RMMV system helps to manage projects in fragile states more effectively, safely and cost-effectively.


Clients interested in PRMIS/RMMV systems typically belong to organizations active in international development cooperation and humanitarian aid. These include the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation, the KfW Development Bank, the GIZ, the World Bank, UN organizations and similar institutions. The reason for their interest in such systems lies in several key factors:

  1. Effective project monitoring: These organizations carry out complex projects in regions that are often difficult to access or politically unstable. PRMIS/RMMV systems enable effective monitoring and management of these projects, even remotely.

  2. Transparency and Accountability: Organizations that manage public or international funds must meet high standards of transparency and accountability. PRMIS/RMMV systems provide detailed data and reports to help meet these requirements.

  3. Risk management: In fragile states, projects are often exposed to high risks. These systems help identify, monitor and respond to risks.

  4. Cost Efficiency: Using such systems can reduce travel and other operational costs, which is particularly important for organizations with limited budgets.

  5. Improve Results: With accurate data and analytics, organizations can adapt their strategies and improve the effectiveness of their projects.

  6. Improved coordination and collaboration : Many of these organizations work with various partners and stakeholders. PRMIS/RMMV systems facilitate coordination and cooperation through centralized communication and information exchange.

  7. sustainability and long -term effect : These systems support sustainable development goals by enabling long -term monitoring and evaluation of the project effects.

Overall, PRMIS/RMMV systems support organizations in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid in making their projects more efficient, transparent and effective.

  1. operational efficiency : Avoidance of delays and inefficiencies that can arise from inaccurate or incomplete data.

  2. Legal conformity : Ensuring compliance with data protection laws and avoiding legal consequences.

  3. Trust formation : Preserving the trust of customers and partners by reliable and precise data.

  4. Data security : Protection of sensitive information against unauthorized access.

  5. Decision -making : Provision of a solid database for well -founded business decisions.

The duration for the establishment of a PRMIS system based on the Microsoft 365 ecosystem and in particular uses SharePoint 365 for data storage varies depending on the specific requirements and the complexity of the project. These details are usually discussed with the customer during the offer phase. Since the PRMIs consists of various components that are implemented chronologically, the time frame depends on the desired functionality and prioritization.

However, it is important to emphasize that the basic structure of teams and Sharepoint, which are the core elements of the system, can be set up within a week of the order and provided for the customer for immediate use. This quick provision enables customers to benefit directly from the collaborative functions and the efficient data management of the system, while further components and adjustments are gradually added.



The exact costs for the first setting of a PRMI (Project and Resource Management Information System), which is based on the Microsoft 365 ecosystem, including initial training, can vary. They depend on various factors, such as the complexity of the system, the number of users, the scope of the necessary adjustments and integrations as well as the depth and width of the training content.

In general, some general cost factors can be taken into account:

  1. License costs for Microsoft 365 : Depending on the number of users and the selected license model. Microsoft offers various license packages that include different applications and services.

  2. Costs for the system facility : These include the adaptation and configuration of SharePoint, teams and other Microsoft 365 tools, as well as integration into existing systems.

  3. Development costs : If specific adjustments or developments are required, such as individual SharePoint workflows or power apps.

  4. Training costs : Costs for the creation and implementation of training that aim to teach users how to deal with the new system and the Microsoft 365 tools.

  5. Running support and maintenance costs : After implementation, continuous costs for support, maintenance and possible future upgrades may occur.

Since the costs can vary greatly, it is advisable to obtain an individual offer based on the specific requirements and conditions of the respective project. As a rule, IT service providers and consulting companies offer first advice to determine the needs and to create a detailed cost estimate based on this.