Project Management Institute (PMI) Honolulu Hawaii Chapter presented its annual awards for Project of the Year in November. PMI Honolulu’s “Project of the Year” is awarded to the Hawaii project manager whose exemplary project management practices and team leadership helped overcome obstacles and ensure project success.
Servco was awarded 2nd Runner up for its Roadster Express Storefront Implementation project!
Earlier this year, Servco’s automotive dealerships worked in partnership with its Corporate Process Team, Digital Strategy, Marketing, and Information Technology teams among others to launch omni-channel platforms for Toyota, Lexus, Subaru, Chevrolet, and Pre-Owned with the goal of creating a seamless online and in-store vehicle purchasing journey for customers. In essence, the customer can do as much or as little online as they’d like. For Servco, Express Car Buying is a powerful tool that its dealerships are now leveraging to help their customer find the vehicle that’s right for them whether it’s online or in-store.
The award criteria focused on a common-sense understanding of an impressive project:
- A significant mission
- Well-coordinated efforts
- Significant challenges overcome
- Best practices employed
- Faithful achievement of anticipated scope, schedule, and cost
Projects were graded on both a qualitative assessment and quantitative review by a panel of international judges composed of PMI leaders and senior project practitioners.
Read more about the 2020 Project of the Year Awards here.