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In recent years businesses have grown to be more dynamic and diverse: they involve complex communications, work teams scattered around the globe, mobile operations and online data storage. Working from the traditional business process management approach companies growing out of manual planning and implementing specialized business management software are often looking for pre-configured project management functionality that provide more flexibility while minimizing complexity and deployment costs.

Creativity is important for businesses that want to excel. It’s how you develop ways to differentiate your products and services from those of your competitors.


Project management software have to continually evolve to keep up with the changing pace and expectations of today’s marketplace. Fortunately, technology is allowing project management software to gain sophistication, power, and flexibility so project managers can stay on top of every project phase and ensure all the right people are informed along the way.

Project management workflow can be thought of as similar to the GPS system that helps you find your way while driving. A good project management workflow process calculates the most efficient “route” to get from where you are today to the completion of your project. Selecting the right project management workflow software can be challenging, because there are many options, and some are better suited to your organization than others. (more…)

BPMS implementation is considered the number one issue for companies interested in preventing data silos. 74% of companies lower costs and increase productivity via ‘process’ automation, according to Gartner research (Critical Roles for Successful BPM Projects and Programs, Gartner, 2012).


Many organizations use project management or task management software, because it helps them get the best results. PricewaterhouseCoopers says that use of these software is strongly linked with high-performing projects, with 87% of the highest performing companies (companies with optimized processes) using project management software. PWC also links use of task management software with organizational maturity, with 95% of companies in the highest maturity category using project management software compared to only 55% of the lowest maturity companies (which are companies with unreliable processes).

The market is saturated with solutions that, as their marketers claim, are capable of “replacing” the team manager. Does this really mean that team work automation software emerges as a real threat to the managers’ job?


For marketing campaigns, time and freshness are crucial, which is why deadline projections must be met at all costs or you risk missing the audience’s tune of the moment. To avoid confusion and misplaced information or instructions, it’s important for marketing agencies to have a central and dedicated system in place to manage projects, tasks, events, communications, and progress across the agency and client base.


Bringing leadership skills to project management is essential. It is especially true in the current dynamic environment, which is characterized by a fast pace of changes. These changes include innovations and discoveries, technology, economic and social changes.


Over the past several years, project management (PM) has experienced a paradigm shift. The frameworks in place for planning and organizing have been moving away from the traditional waterfall approach and towards more flexible, democratic approaches like agile, lean, scrum, and kanban.   It’s hard to pin down any one of these terms as the embodiment of modern PM since each of them have their own unique practices and areas of application. That said, most of the recent innovations in PM process and technology have one attribute in common: bottom-up planning.


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