One of the aspects of this business I love (project management software) is that we help businesses create efficiencies and save time. So much time that many can actually relax!
We hear from business owners that are able to go home and see their families, workers who can have working holidays now, others can now keep in the loop whilst visiting clients.
ProWorkflow has helped a lot of people and companies sort themselves out, untangle the work clutter, free themselves from the office and utilize remote teams. We help customers get sorted so they can relax. Now they can go relax on a ProWorkflow skateboard!
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Isn’t it frustrating when you need customer support from Vodafone and click the ‘Contact Form’ link only to find the popup support form window doesn’t have scrollbars enabled – so the SUBMIT button is inaccessible!
Yes, I know I can click the arrow keys or tab to get to the button, but most users wouldn’t know that. Come on Vodafone, put a vertical scrollbar there.
Well, I’m not sure if it’s madness or genius, but these sites are definitely creative! Laugh or cringe, the internet would be a boring place without web businesses like these! Good on them I say!
We provide alibis and excuses for our clients. Whether it is spending a night out with a special friend, taking a day off from work, sending a discreet gift, avoiding your neighbour’s birthday party or planning a surprise for the loved ones.
Now it is all possible… And it is all discreet. We put you in control and let you choose between local and out of town alibis with the option to have alibis validated by live operators.
SomethingStore is a fun new website that operates simply: We will send you something, an item selected randomly among many things from our inventory, for $10 (free shipping in the US) and you will find out what your something is when you receive it. What will yours be?
Picture this. You’ve completed the weekly wash and as you’re pairing up socks for the drawer, you discover one or more have mysteriously disappeared. Sound familiar? Well, worry no more because a clever entrepreneur from San Francisco has devised a creative solution to this irritating phenomenon.
Writer-director Edwin Heaven is the inventor of THROX, the first socks to come in threes, so when you lose one you still have a pair. The Cure For The Missing Sock!
I came across this Dilbert cartoon and thought it was pretty well on the money with some experiences I’ve had. Just thought I’d share it ;-) Check out Dilbert here: http://www.dilbert.com
During my daily reading i came across this interesting comment below on an article in iTWeb. It’s just further proof that the project management industry is massive and isn’t looking to shrink anytime soon.
The economic stimulus assistance injected into major industrial countries to counter the effects of a global recession shone a spotlight on the need to rebuild their infrastructures, reports CRM Buyer.
The need to manage such public works investments efficiently has generated a huge potential market for project management software and related services. Even without the stimulus packages, worldwide spending on such projects is truly eye-popping, making the market for PM systems similarly astounding.
"Current estimates are that $12 trillion per year is spent on fixed capital projects worldwide, representing 20% of global product," J LeRoy Ward, executive vice-president of ESI International, told CRM Buyer.
Many software and SaaS co’s are concerned about competition, but not us. We’ve always believed there’s enough market size for project management software globally to allow for many strong players in the marketplace all with different aproaches.