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People learn three ways – visual, auditory and kinesthetic. But by far, according to a Forbes article, “the most important part of our brains taking in new stimuli is visual.” Here’s one example that clearly illustrates this point: Between an infographic and a large block of text, the former is far easier to digest. This is also one of the reasons behind the use of visual tools in project management software, e.g., the project management Gantt chart.

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Comindware a leading global provider of innovative Work Management Solutions has been named finalist for Most Innovative IT Software of the Year. Comindware (https://www.comindware.com), a leading provider of innovative Work Management solutions today announced that it has been named the finalist in the “Most Innovative IT Software” category in the 9th Annual 2014 Hot Companies and Best Products Awards. The results will be determined in final judging and announced at the gala banquet at the InterContinental San Francisco Hotel on Monday, June 23, 2014.


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As an enterprise expands in scope, workload increases. Automation of repetitive work becomes mandatory, as a consequence. Because of the scalability and cost-effectiveness of cloud-based software solutions, among other things, to improve the efficacy of a company’s workflow, cloud implementation is one of the first considered options.


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Prepping for a boxing match is no walk in the park. A lot is dependent on the game plan. And if the plan isn’t carefully thought out, barring a lucky punch come show time, a defeat isn’t too far behind.


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Woburn, Mas – Comindware, a leading global provider of innovative Work Management solutions, announced today that Michael Donaghey has joined the company as a Vice-President of Sales. Michael will lead the company’s sales operations in the America’s as the company continues to gain momentum on the market and increase its customer’s base.


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As businesses evolve and more work needs to be done, the conventional solution is to either overwork the people or hire more people to do all the extra work. As things stand nowadays, companies cannot afford to keep hiring more people. High-skilled jobs are already difficult and expensive to fill, and getting more people on board to do low-skilled and sometimes merely repetitive tasks can set cost-saving goals back.

This is where business process automation (BPA) solutions come in handy.

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Project management success is largely dependent on the individual and collective contributions of the people comprising a company. If staff workload is not properly managed and allocated, the dominoes start falling – some team members juggle their time between projects, all the while trying to keep a work-life balance, others don’t meet deadlines because they’re not equipped with the right set of skills or competencies to get the job done, changing priorities up workforce frustration a notch further, and the list goes on and on.

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Marketing fuels the success of any business. Even if you do offer the best product or service in the entire planet, without marketing, the likelihood of your business failing before taking off is greater. Marketing isn’t necessarily an easy endeavor. It’s not a one-time event, either, but an ongoing and dynamic process that grows and evolves as the market evolves. Even big and established brands like Coca-Cola, McDonalds, Starbucks and Nike continually engage in marketing activities to maintain the edge they’ve built through the years in their respective markets.


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From low end to midrange to high end, the IT market is teeming with a whole slew of project management software to choose from. Having a lot of choices, however, isn’t always a good thing. Analysis paralysis isn’t a pretty thing. And then, there, too, are buyer’s remorse and finding yourself stuck with a software system that may not withstand the test of time.


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The efficiency and speed at which work is carried out via the invention of the conveyor belt and the introduction of robots in factories are just two of the numerous business process automation benefits manufacturing organizations enjoy today.


As it stands, business process automation has gone beyond factories, and with the growing importance of the Internet in the way many companies conduct their businesses, the ability to respond to customer requests and buying patterns, or turn an aberration into a marketing win in real-time can score a huge differentiation edge. Differentiation, particularly in this highly competitive marketplace, is another of the many business process automation benefits companies can bank on.


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