Helping Teams Gather
Better Requirements
for Better Results.



Successfully connecting people’s knowhow, expertise, and expectations throughout the project life cycle delivers requirements and results that meet, and exceed, expectations - for corporate projects and small teams alike.





Project Discovery, Direction and Oversight


Waypoint helps teams to connect to the right people and information – to better understand project requirements, solve communication problems and commit to changes.




Big companies are full of resources, standards, knowledge and people. The difficult part is setting your projects up to tap into that competitive advantage.


Whether you're a startup, an SME or project team in a big company - building a community of early supporters & managing expectations and changes can be daunting.




Reach, Connect, Chart

With Projects


Connect the right people, information and drivers at the start of any effort to increase project support, acceptance, and overall solution quality. Involving people at the earliest possible point is a great way to build project traction and inform the development of the best possible solution.

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Energize, Step, Achieve

With Work-Streams


Increase co-operation through sustained, timely, involvement across collaborative work-streams. These provide teams the best of both worlds between creativity & exploration, and a standardized delivery of high quality outputs. Plus, it's easy to hop in and out as needed, so you won't take up much of anyone's time.

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Catch, Cluster, Commit

With Signals


Signals represent the critical information and assets from across your company. Use them to generate the most informed, most appropriate course of action at any step in a project work-stream - increasing the quality of the action taken, while also increasing decision support & reducing miscommunication.


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The New Project DNA




Almost a fifth of recent projects have failed, costing companies an average of €580,000, as research identifies at least 52,000 project managers in Ireland, almost half working in construction, engineering and IT. Too many scope changes, communication and organisational problems, and poorly defined objectives were cited as the most common causes of failure while the most costly reasons were lack of involvement of all team members in project decisions and poor resource planning.PM Summit

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