Here at IPM we’ve been busy for the last year or so working on a method to mobilise IPM, in order for people to use our construction project management software on mobile devices like the iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry.
A couple of weeks ago we conducted a survey of over 150 people on our LinkedIn page to find out the first application people, and in particular project managers, opened at the start of their working day.
When we get enquiries from people about our project management software, or whenever we meet people at trade shows, people often ask us – what is so different about IPM?
If yours is an engineering or construction business, you know how important your project management software is to your success. If you are engaged in these businesses and are just now investigating project management software, IPM Global can help. Here are 5 reasons IPM Global Project Management Software will benefit your project based business:
I recently came across an ENR article about the incredibly high cost of e-discovery companies are facing in the event of litigation. As we move to paperless project management, with the popularity of smart phones and tablets to manage projects, the amount of data each person on a project generates is incredible.
When it comes to project management software for the AEC industries, we know there are a number different industries all with slightly different requirements of the software they use. Different industries need to concentrate on different aspects of the project management process, and that’s why it’s important that the software project managers use can accommodate the requirements of their particular industry. So here are 6 different industries that IPM is suited for and why:
Here at IPM, we love sharing our success stories with you, so today I want to show you a real life example of how the flexibility of IPM has helped the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) manage its valuable community projects.
I have written a few posts on this blog before about the benefits and challenges of multi-generational project teams, and also the impact Gen Y employees are having on the workforce. But I recently came across an article Bill Patterson at Microsoft showing just what effect Gen Y is having on collaboration in the workforce.
A couple of months ago, I posted a blog about how IPM can expand across organisations to fit a number of different departments. Well we’ve also had a few enquiries lately about IPM’s extensibility in terms of different requirements of project management. So I thought I’d share with you a couple of examples of how IPM can be extended to cater for other needs you may have on your project.