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Roles on a Pega project

Project teams

Depending on the project goal, you assemble a mix of team members and roles. Some projects are small in scope and can be completed by a small team or even a single citizen developer. Other projects are more expansive — perhaps part of a broad, enterprise-wide digital transformation — and may require specialized resources with additional skills in application development on Pega Platform™.

In the following image, click the + icons to read about the common roles found on larger Pega projects.

Note: The following image displays an example of roles. Role title, responsibilities, and skills may vary across companies and projects, depending on resourcing availability, project scope, and other factors. 
Note: It is best practice to have trained and certified Pega clients work as part of the project team alongside experienced Pega resources. Pega clients gain proficiency that enables them to support and expand their application moving forward.

Overlap of role tasks

The tasks and responsibilities for each role may overlap or are accomplished by multiple roles. For example, on a small project, a Lead System Architect may also perform the duties of the Deployment Architect.

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