Five questions to answer before buying software for project management

Posted on September 3rd, 2013 · Posted in Reviews, Software, Tips and Tricks

People dive into project management tools far too quickly, in my opinion. We regularly deal with customers who have signed a 12 month contract for another service they wish they’d never agreed to – often it looked great in a demo but hasn’t performed half as well since. Although people..
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Project Management Tools to Consider For Your Small Business

Posted on August 21st, 2013 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Management, Project Management, Small Business, Software

Most small business owners and entrepreneurs recognize that running a business involves a lot of project management in skills, abilities, and responsibilities. Luckily with many of today’s technology and online tools, small business owners can take advantage of some of the project management tools and software available today to help..
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Review of ProjectManage Software – Part 3

Posted on August 14th, 2013 · Posted in Reviews, Software

Yesterday I reviewed the main function of the ProjectManager tool – project management, task management and issue tracking. Today though, I delved into some other functionality that was equally impressive as yesterday’s features. These videos review this other functionality: budgeting, request management and risk analysis. Budgeting How to do Request..
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Review of ProjectManage Software – Part 2

Posted on August 13th, 2013 · Posted in Reviews, Software

So far I’ve played with the issue tracking, task management and project management functionality of’s software. I must say that it really lives up to it’s name – very impressive so far. Tomorrow I’ll be diving into resource management and budgeting. Until then though, here are the videos from..
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Review of ProjectManager Software – Part 1

Posted on August 12th, 2013 · Posted in Reviews, Software

Last week I took a look at the website, and this week I’m taking the leap into their actual software. Today’s video is a quick, hands on introductory look into their software. From what I saw, I was quite impressed. Each day this week I’ll be publishing new parts..
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What Is HRIS Software?

Posted on August 10th, 2013 · Posted in Agile, Decisions, Software

In the simplest of answers, it could be said that HRIS software is intended to make the oversight and operation of human resource duties must easier and more streamlined. The software programs selected can be a far better solution to HR tasks than trying to log everything on a spreadsheet..
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ProjectManager Software Review – First Impressions

Posted on August 5th, 2013 · Posted in Project Management, Software

At first glance, it appears ProjectManager (not to be confused with ProjectManage) Software is robust and able to compete with functionality and feature set of the big dogs (Wrike, Clarizen, Celoxis and LiquidPlanner). Pricing is much lower than some (AtTask) and competitive with all the other main players. Here’s a..
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Project Manager Review

Posted on July 31st, 2013 · Posted in Project Management, Reviews, Software

The following posts include detailed video reviews of ProjectManager Review: First Impressions Review: Part 1 Review: Part 2 Project Management Issue Tracking Review: Part 3 Budgeting How to do Request Management Risk Analysis

7 Key Characteristics of a Web-Based Workflow Automation Software

Posted on July 29th, 2013 · Posted in Project Management, Software, Workflow

It is no longer any well-guarded secret that the web is the key to the future. Nowadays, more companies are opting for web-based technologies to coordinate activities within their organizations and enhance their employees’ knowledge-sharing capabilities. A web-based support system facilitates more efficient and effective processing and transmission of data..
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5 Reasons to use Agile for Developing Software

Posted on July 18th, 2013 · Posted in Agile, Project Management, Software, Tips and Tricks

Project management techniques all come with their own set of advantages and limitations. Some, like Agile, are sector specific. However, few are able to capture and answer the requirements of software developers like the Agile method does. Indeed, there is little doubt that this method creates a more efficient atmosphere..
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