This is the second post inÂ The Workflow Series, which showsÂ how workflows can enhance and automate different areas of IPM to suit your business processes better. Of course, due to the nature of workflows, you can decide how and where you use workflows, so these are only examples in an almost infinite list of possibilities.
I know itâ€™s human nature to hang onto things weâ€™ve outgrown or no longer have use for. Be it some emotional connection we have to the tattered pair of jeans that no longer fit, or the fact weâ€™re just too lazy to change mobile phone providers or switch from the energy supplier who is clearly charging too much. Weâ€™ve all been guilty of it at some point.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post aboutÂ the power of workflows in customising and automating your project management software. Well this got me thinking about all the nifty ways IPM can use workflows to better suit your project management needs, and I decided it was time for a blog series to show you how a few of them work. So, welcome to the first post in The Workflow Series.
Weâ€™re very pleased to let you know that the December issue of the Civil Contractors Federation magazine, the EMCC has featured a story about IPM.
Iâ€™m sure weâ€™ve all been in a situation where we wish our current software solution would do something slightly differently, or go that extra mile. How many times have you thought, â€˜Wouldnâ€™t it be great if it did thisâ€™, or â€˜If only it could just do thatâ€™. These may be small changes that we are willing to look past. Or if they are changes that are desperately needed, perhaps management might shell out a few thousand dollars for some extra software development work to incorporate them.