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As project management has evolved, many organizations have grown increasingly sophisticated in the area of planning. Winston Churchill once said, “He who fails to plan is planning to fail.” However, planning is not enough. Great planning is only beneficial if the work is completed as planned. Failure in the area of project execution results when there is a variance between what has been planned and what is actually occurring. As organizations strive to reach the next level of project management maturity, the attention must shift to improving project execution. One way organizations can improve project execution is by establishing a project management information system (PMIS).