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The manufacturing sector has entered a new era, sometimes called the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which will fundamentally change the way businesses operate.
As organizations increase their use of third-party services and move critical business systems into the cloud, it is of the utmost importance that those cloud solutions meet rigorous security standards and industry best practices.
In traditional project management tools, you often need to use what-if analysis to figure out how different scenarios could impact your project in the future.
All too often teams at high-tech companies use low-tech tools to manage their own work.
Knowing how to find and mitigate risk is the job of every project manager, and when done well can lead to better designed and executed projects.
Managing the hidden uncertainty in work that typically derails projects has always been a daunting task, especially for technology teams tasked with planning and executing long, complex projects.
LiquidPlanner is an online project management tool built on the belief that teams work best when they organize tasks by priority and when they can make best-/worst-case estimates.
The right project management solution can change the dialogue between IT and your business customers by providing transparency across your entire project portfolio, which helps promote a culture of trust.
Managing the changes required to get everyone up and running in a new online project management system can be a challenge.
Featuring all of the advanced capabilities you’d expect in an enterprise solution, yet flexible enough to accommodate a variety of methodologies, LiquidPlanner has become the tool of choice for hundreds of teams around the world.
We’re often asked how LiquidPlanner compares to Microsoft Project.