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Leading Complex Initiatives

Integrated Project Management Company, Inc. (IPM) is a business consulting firm focused on planning and implementing strategically critical initiatives across multiple industries. Since its inception in 1988, IPM has served more than 500 clients and completed more than 5,000 projects.

Our St. Louis team has provided strategic project management consulting to Fortune 500, mid-sized, and startup companies in the central Midwest region of the United States. We’ve been pleased to serve the St. Louis business community for more than 20 years.

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Industry Experience

Because our project management consultants understand the market and your industry, they excel in your environment. We bring a breadth and depth of best practices and frontline experience across the following industries:

Life Sciences — Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical technology, diagnostic products, and agricultural sciences.
Consumer Products — Food and beverage, health and beauty, household, and durable and non-durable products.
Healthcare — Hospitals, healthcare systems, physician practices, ambulatory facilities, clinics, and medical laboratories.
Industrial Products — Metals, petroleum, chemical, fabricated materials, and machinery and equipment.

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Project Leadership

Our project leadership services have helped our clients achieve major milestones and complete their complex, strategic projects successfully. Our recent consulting engagements include managing product development projects—from concept through launch—and planning and implementing business process management initiatives while integrating systems to maximize business productivity.

Headquartered in Chicago, IPM has regional offices in Boston, St. Louis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis, and Parsippany. IPM was a recipient of the 2018 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

IPM Leadership – St. Louis

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Resourcing Constraints and Project Prioritization

  • Nothing destroys an organization’s ability to execute more than resource constraints. Simply put, organizations that assign qualified resources to plan and execute their most critical initiatives will have a competitive advantage. Use our detailed resource management framework to help measure supply & demand, identify resource constraints, and enhance project prioritization.

Establish ERP and Process Foundations for Your Digital Future [Video]

  • Food and beverage companies face complex manufacturing environments with the imperative to control both quality and cost. In this video, IPM’s food and beverage enterprise resource planning (ERP) experts discuss how the right operational practices and technology enable you to minimize costs, properly manage your supply chain capacity, and make timely, intelligent strategic decisions.

Alphabet Soup: How GxPs Impact the Quality of a Regulatory Submission

  • If you are confused by the many acronyms related to regulatory submissions, you are not alone. A variety of data from disparate functions must come together to provide a common understanding of a product’s anticipated safety and efficacy. A cohesive submission plan incorporating the GCP, GDP, GLP, GMP, and GVP perspectives helps ensure a quality submission and increase the likelihood of approval.

5 Keys to implementing your strategic initiatives [Infographic]

  • Healthcare organizations have nimbly and rapidly implemented solutions throughout the COVID crisis, showing what the industry can accomplish. To apply these lessons to executing strategic plans well into the future, organizations must conduct their critical initiatives like an orchestra. Follow these five keys to command performance at your healthcare organization and implement your strategic initiatives more quickly.