White Papers

Tools vs. Solutions

When searching for the right project management solution, companies are often asking themselves: should we use several stand-alone solutions that each focus on a specific problem? Or would we rather rely on a holistic platform that takes into account all aspects of an efficient project? This white papers shows why comprehensive project management solutions are often the better alternative compared to stand-alone solutions.

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Top 3 Indicators You're Ready For a PM Tool

A business in its growth stage looking for scalability and to establish processes that can be maintained and sustained over a long and fruitful future, is more than likely, well positioned for a project management solution. For project-centric organizations, there’s no question that a PM tool is necessary for managing demand, resources, time, etc. But for other organizations, the answer isn’t always as clear.

That’s why we decided to conduct an interview with 150 software buyers – to help us identify the top three indicators that a company is ready to upgrade from their current practices, such as using email and excel, to more sophisticated project management systems. This white paper will reveal the three indicators that drive companies to invest in a project management tool.

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Managing Project Expectations

Projects range in size, complexity, duration, resources, stakeholders – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Defining the scope of a given project – what the intended result is, and what’s required to bring it to completion – is not only important, it’s necessary.

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PPM Software Selection Guide

This guide will lead you through the 4 essential steps of a successful selection of the adequate PPM Solution responding to your needs:

  1. Clearly identify current needs and requirement.
  2. Leverage the best online and offline sources of information.
  3. Develop a formal approach to analyze and share vendor information.
  4. Validate your analysis with vendor interactions.

 

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