The usage of Requirements Traceability concepts is based on the completeness of the "evolution" that every project "workstation" has to incorporate in the path to a final acceptable product. The foundation for this control method is a complete collection of customer requirements, mutually agreed between the customer and the supplier who is conducting the project.
TeamPlay supports its software in several ways, from training to user conferences to help lines. Whatever problem you are having with TeamPlay, or if you want to expand or learn about a new feature, TeamPlay can help you!
With Details, your project information is centralized, organized and always up-to-date. Instantly communicate project statuses to colleagues and clients with presentation-quality reports and custom forms.
You have your game plan--you are going to put out your own shingle. You have the world by the tail and are getting ready to jump in there and grab your piece of the American pie? Go for it! I am behind you 100 percent! However, before you walk into the first project, let's make sure excitement doesn't cloud your vision of exactly what you are getting yourself into on your first gig.
Juggling several projects at once is par for the course for project managers; so is frustration. The Critical Chain theory, which is getting much positive attention in this industry, claims multitasking makes projects last longer, rather than shortening them. But there are some bones to pick with this theory. . .
Poor data quality impacts every facet of today's private enterprises and public organizations. The deplorable condition of this critical resource in organizations around the world lowers productivity, impedes the creation of decision support systems (such as data warehousing), and hinders the development of e-commerce and other strategic initiatives. The future success of organizations will greatly depend on how well they design and maintain their data resources. Read on for the SDTimes "Book Watch" review.
Are your customers getting the service they want from your Call Center? Do you need to implement a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) package to improve Call Center service? Use this Microsoft Project plan to assess the fit of a CRM package into your business.