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Best Project Management Resources

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Zoho

I have used google docs and other free word processing software but I think zoho is by far the best out there. It is almost free to use and only costs a little bit of money yet is well worth the price of admission to this great product. No more trying to find you documents on your hard drive or...
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Wrike

We are using Wrike to quickly turn notes into activities and build on the current methods to do a continuous improvement of the processes that were in place before the PMO mindset settled in. Wrike has allowed us to collaborate with ease and to be able to communicate expectations quickly not only...
The tool surpassed my expectations. It combines a number of services in one. I use it mainly for project and docs management. CRM is also helpful. In short, it is worthy for any kind of business.
I have attended other SAP HANA training courses in the area and SAP HANA training was by far the best. I was very pleased with my course, it was at the University level in terms of the instructor's capability, course content and quality. I have recommended SAP HANA to many of my friends
Proofhub is a great tool for organization over projects and for distribution and tracking over tasks. Has got capabilities like subtasks and labels which lend clarity over tasks definition, filtering and differentiation and these can be timely executed by the respective team members, can even...
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