We have recently been busy working with one of valued clients,Civil Contractors Pty Ltd, to put together a case study of their business background and experience using IPM Project Management.
When I was younger I used to do puzzles with my dad. One of the most hilarious things I remember him saying about puzzle making was to try the piece in a spot one way first, then twist it around to see if it fits another way, and if it still didn’t fit, ram it in with a mallet.
One of the best ways to keep track of time and money on a project is to forecast, and forecast often. Continually updating and adjusting your forecast figures throughout a project gives you a solid understanding of what is needed to finish the job and can help you adjust your budget and schedules if necessary. Identifying any problems early on can also help save you time and money.
We are very pleased to unveil our new look IPM tutorial video page, which we hope gives you an easy to use one stop shop for all the IPM tutorial videos we have created. The videos have been designed to show you how each individual section of IPM works step by step, and we hope they will be useful to help you get the most out of your IPM product. And you never know, you may discover functionality you didn’t know existed!
The July/August 2010 edition of CFMA’s ‘Building Profits’ magazine focussed on IT Solutions, and featured an interesting article by Fred J. Ode on how to avoid new software implementations failing. In it, he argues that end users are the key to success of any new software implementation, and we couldn’t agree more.