Stillo Construction is a family-owned and operated company specializing in stucco repair and remodeling and other related services. Stillo runs multiple projects concurrently and utilizes various implementation teams. Their clients are located nationwide and internationally. They used to manage their work and projects using emails, Excel spreadsheets, paper forms, and manual processes, and the implementation teams […]
A new IDC survey commissioned by Zerto has found that IT Pros and Business Decision Makers at organizations aren’t seeing eye-to-eye on the importance of data availability and digital transformation initiatives.
This week, September 24th-28th: a case against the cloud, a project management podcast, access control at the gym, and more.
InvestEdge is a provider of wealth management solutions to large banks, trust companies, brokerage firms, and financial advisors. InvestEdge solutions are used by more than 100 investment firms representing more than $1 trillion in collective assets under management. The company offers an integrated suite of tools that simplify and streamline portfolio management, trading and rebalancing, […]
When you’re trying to get a budget approved for a technology project, you need to first come up with a project cost estimate. Not sure what that means? Read on.
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Instead of scouring the internet for the right project management software, TechDecisions has created a list of every software you can consider to help you find the perfect fit.
I’ve been speaking to a number of large-scale project managers lately, and I can’t help but notice how much their duties overlap with that of tech managers.
When you’re a project manager for a technology implementation at your organization, the most important step is the first one – the project management planning process.