Most technololgy project teams rely on a mishmash of spreadsheets, Word docs, e-mail, project management and complex software development tools to try and meet the forecasting and execution demands of technology projects. The reliance on this multitude of tools, however, produces large volumes of critical project data dispersed across a wide range of information silos.
With so much important project data scattered across information silos, teams struggle to collaborate effectively, forecast schedules, resources and budgets accurately, or detect risks before they impact projects. Instead, teams are caught in a never ending cycle of a duplication of effort, time wasted looking for current information, and endless status meetings and reports trying to get everyone on the same page. There is a better way.