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Top 5 LiquidPlanner Blog Posts of 2012

Everyone’s talking about the new year, but we wanted to take one last look back at our Top 5 Blog Posts of 2012.  It was a big year for LP; we added a few team members, created new product features and launched LP4!...

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Times Are A Changin’: Get A Preview of What’s Next for LiquidPlanner

You might hear us talking a lot about things like collaboration, teams and scheduling, but you might not have heard too much from us about usability. What good is a tool if it’s not easy to use? As a company, we have always worked extremely hard at making LiquidPlanner one of the most radically simple online...

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Meet the LiquidPlanner Ambassador of Greenland: Kristian Sørensen, IT Management Nuuk

We’ve known Kristian Sørensen for a few years now, and as the Official LiquidPlanner Ambassador for Greenland (at least that’s what we call him) and an overall swell guy, we thought it would be fun to shine a light on how he manages his unique projects. Here are 7 fun facts about Kristian: 1. Before his...

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Introducing: Michelle Flandreau, VP of Marketing at LiquidPlanner

There’s a new sheriff in town in the Marketing Department at LiquidPlanner, and her name is Michelle Flandreau. With a resume that includes both Nordstrom and Expedia, we could not be more excited to have Michelle on the team. She’s only been here for a grand total of two weeks, but what better way is...

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Employee Q&A: Josh Gross, Software Developer at LiquidPlanner

Josh is the newest addition to the LiquidPlanner dev team, so of course we had to officially induct him by forcing (I mean, respectfully asking him) to take the LiquidPlanner Employee Q&A. Find out what he loves about his job, as well as what meal he would eat every day if he could. You might...

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Oh, Canada! PMI Global Congress 2012 Recap

As I write this blog post, I’m sitting in my sweatpants, surrounded by Emergen-C laced water, peppermint tea, a roll of toilet paper masquerading as a box of tissues, and ice cream. Yes, I’ve got a fever, and the only prescription is a 12 hour long nap (just kidding, boss!). But you know what? Getting...

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4 Things You’re Going to Love About Our Next Release

Love. The word packs a big punch for only four little letters. Love is all you need! Love is a many splendored thing! Or so I hear. Though the word should be used carefully, I think you are going to love the changes that are about to hit LiquidPlanner in our upcoming series of LP4 updates.  We will begin...

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Employee Q&A: Mark Holton, Software Engineer at LiquidPlanner

  While we obviously think that everyone on our team is pretty special, Mark Holton is that person who everyone wants to work with, not only because he brings such a warm, positive vibe to the office every day, but because he’s great at his job and always has a kind word. Read on and...

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Web Design and Development Company Increases Portfolio 300% with LiquidPlanner

In Minneapolis, Minnesota, you’ll find BestHive, a thriving web design and development company. Known as “The Hive,” BestHive’s team of creative and technical talent is led by the company’s co-founder, Mike Schwengel. Since he and his partner Artem Kuznetsov started the company in 2011, BestHive’s client and project portfolio has grown by about 300%.  Both...

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Non-Reasons Why We’re in the Running for Best Workplace in Washington

Non-reason; noun. The opposite of a basis, cause, belief or fact. Anything but a reason. On Thursday, our team will be at Safeco Field, running around the bases in celebration of our nomination as one of Washington’s Best Workplaces at the annual awards ceremony. All of our employees were given a survey about the kind of work environment...

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Using LiquidPlanner to Teach Project Management at Marlboro College

Marlboro College is situated on 300 wooded acres just outside of Marlboro, Vermont and is best known for its student-centered approach to teaching. This means that the student’s individual learning experience is emphasized over a generic curriculum, with the goal of helping the school’s 300 students think clearly while learning independently. This real world approach to...

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Webinar Recap: Why You and Your Team Should Be Tracking Time

So. You missed our time tracking webinar on Tuesday. Was it because you were short on TIME? Waiting until the last MINUTE? Trying to beat the CLOCK? (I’m on a roll here!). In any case, we want to make sure that you don’t miss out on learning just how time tracking can benefit you and...

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