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The beginning of the end (user)

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.

IPM is now Microsoft ISV Tested and Certified!

IPM Global is very pleased to announce that we have passed the Microsoft technical platform certification for IPM Project Management – “ISV Tested and Certified”.  But what does this really mean, many people ask – it essentially means peace of mind for our Channel Partners and End Users.  This technical test means that we have

New dynamic task summary panel

One of the most unusual aspects of our IPM development is the componentised approach provided by the Dynamics environment.   We find we can develop sophisticated new functionality without risking our existing components because every document stands alone.  This is one of the most difficult adjustments I have had to make as the architect of our

Workflows

The project game is quite a complex and risky one.  Everything revolves around business processes, from approvals,to meeting follow-ups, risk management, change management (variation) control, the list goes on…….  Typically, many of these processes are managed in one way or another, often externally via a spreadsheet, or an Outlook reminder, or quite frankly a piece