The technical project manager (also called CTO: Chief Technical Officer) has the mission to propose optimized technical solutions, specific to a company's environment. He or she is responsible for several missions, including setting up the schedule, monitoring the project, respecting the budget and writing the specifications. His responsibilities may vary, but his role is always to propose technical answers adapted to the client's needs. He will often be required to lead a technical team and act as a coordinator between several developers.
A technical project manager knows all the development tools, masters databases and application solutions. He or she works closely with the functional project manager and intervenes after the latter to provide a technical counterpart, which can lead to the programming of a website or an application. A versatile computer technician, the technical project manager has multiple skills. He masters both Frameworks and new technologies, has a solid foundation in artificial intelligence and information systems.
The technical director usually has three to five years of experience behind him, during which time he has learned how to manage projects from start to finish, while managing a team of several people. He also has good human qualities, which allow him to temporize and resolve possible conflicts in order to act efficiently and ensure the smooth running of the project.
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