What does an Implementation Manager do?

Implementation managers develop processes to introduce new programs or systems into the workplace effectively. Often they are involved with facilitating use of new computers, technology, or software and work in conjunction with information technology staff. They clarify a company's goals and develop an implementation strategy that often involves identifying tasks that need to be completed to prepare employees for new resources. They ensure that staff using the latest equipment or software are informed about the changes in advance and receive appropriate training.

Implementation managers may also delegate tasks to ensure that deadlines are met. They maintain constant contact with project managers, overseeing the creation of the resources. They may also work in other departments where they are responsible for implementing operational processes or programs for staff or clients. Implementation managers need a bachelor's degree In computer information systems, management science, communications, or related fields.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
17%
2 - 4
45%
5 - 7
15%
8+
23%

Common Skill Sets

Excellent Customer Service
Microsoft Dynamics
Microsoft Office Suite
Problem Solving
Effective Communication
Leadership
Dynamics 365
Problem Resolution

Implementation Manager Seniority Levels

Technical Project Manager
16% made the transition
Project Coordinator
0% made the transition
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Implementation Manager Salaries

Average Base Pay

CA$77,611 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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CA$53k
Median: CA$78k
CA$114k
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