Project Management


Project Managers lead to 40-60% reduction in operating costs, primarily through: efficiencies, strategy, accountability.

Project managers (PMs) are in growing demand. By 2027 employers will need 87.7 million individuals working in project management-oriented roles.

PMs are responsible for

  • Scoping
  • Communication
  • Data collection
  • Planning resources
  • Hands on implementation
  • Monitoring
  • Project debrief

PMs are responsible for

  • Scoping
  • Communication
  • Data collection
  • Planning resources/timeline/budget
  • Providing hands on assistance through implementation
  • Monitoring
  • Controlling project wrap-up/deliverables debrief.
project management
quality management

Quality Management


ISO 9001 is the most widely utilized international standard for Quality Management, spanning 160 countries and all industries. Our organization follows and implements these standards with our clients’ projects, guaranteeing our ability to consistently provide quality products and services that meet both client and regulatory requirements.

quality management

Talent Development


For organizations, there is a need and demand for project leaders with hands on technical skills. We take on the costs of placing and training a project manager, absorbing the costs of human resources, benefits, and team training so that organizations can meet their goals in the most efficient and effective way possible. As organizations strive to do more with less, we are supplying a dedicated Project Manager, and at the same time minimizing the client’s hiring costs and risks.

For employees, they are supported with endless professional development opportunities through structured training and cross-industry work opportunities. The future of work involves a shift to ‘working to learn’ and experience-based education. CoApt Projects allows individuals the opportunity to try something new without risking their careers, while also fostering cross-team collaboration and innovation. This approach provides us with the foundation to better serve our clients and our organization in the long run.

talent development
the gig economy

The Gig Economy


40.4% of the U.S. workforce is now made up of contingent workers—that is, people who don’t have what we traditionally considered secure jobs. Globally, contingent jobs make up 15-25% of the workforce. This future of work risks eroding job stability and benefits. Our organization has a centralized global benefits strategy, thus alleviating the two biggest challenges of being a gig economy worker: the hustle to acquire a constant stream of contracts and the need to source your own benefits.

the gig economy

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