We’re sharing our top three takeaways from our trip to London for the Pulse Europe 2018 conference.
We recently published an eBook — The Three Biggest Mistakes In Customer Onboarding And How To Avoid Them — to address the challenge many companies face when it comes to building a successful onboarding process.
Last week we published a white paper - Thinking About A Project Management Tool? Read This First. The paper is a repository for the valuable insight we’ve gained over the last 7 years as well as some leading research about how to approach project management to achieve your business’s goals.
Many prospective customers ask us what the difference is between TaskRay and products that are specifically designed for managing Agile Software Development. This question is something that has fundamentally shaped TaskRay from its earliest days, before a line of code was written.
During our time at Dreamforce, we got to speak with a lot of people interested in using TaskRay. We got some great questions such as what’s a native app, what kind of customizations are possible, and does everyone in my organization have to have TaskRay? These are all great questions. But the one that we got which I thought deserved a post of its own was—Why would you need or want project management in Salesforce in the first place?
It’s particularly interesting to consider risk management as a benefit of project management, as the PMI study finds that over one-third of projects fail to meet their business intent. And there’s real cost to those failures, as one-third of the budget spent on those failed projects is unrecoverable.
Everyone knows change is hard. Humans are, after all, creatures of habit. It helps us to have stability in a chaotic world. Generally speaking having good habits can be beneficial, allowing us to be productive.
However with the rapid explosion of technology, the pace of change is increasing, and we have to change at ever-increasing rates to stay competitive.