Tag: Project Management software

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Project management software ensures that you successfully complete your project after accomplishing its pre-set goals. Therefore, as a project lead, it is important to acknowledge the fact that every project comes with a set of 6 distinct phases. They are as […]

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Have you ever wondered how project managers manage their projects, especially the ones which are of significantly long duration? How is planning done for such a project? How is the budget allocated? How are resources managed for big projects? How […]

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Firms offering consulting advice often have to help their clients grapple with multiple scenarios related to the technology adoption, change management, growth challenges, new business unit development. But most often at the heart of all this lies the issue of […]

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Just like any other business vertical, architecture has its own set of unique process automation requirements. Irrespective of the firm’s market size, there is always a mounting pressure to deliver noteworthy results that fetch more customers. Typically in architecture, a […]

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In the current business ecosystem, the markets are volatile and the path to remain afloat and successful is highly evasive. The clients or the consumers are constantly pushing the boundaries of their expectations from a product or a service in […]

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Have you ever been in a situation of having too many projects to manage but wondering how to tackle? If yes, you are not alone. Many project managers go through these problems every now and then. Only 25% Project Managers […]

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OfficeTimer, An Apt Business Optimizing Choice Compared To Others OfficeTimer is complete cloud-based office management suite that boosts business productivity by eliminating the need for expensive mainframes as well as lengthy installation time. It serves as an all-in-one business solution […]

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  Project Management System as we all know it did not exist until 1950’s before then, the project were the domain of architecture, engineers and those operating in construction and manufacturing sectors. Halfway through the 20th century, infrastructure development went […]