Boston, MA and Seattle, WA — September 17, 2015 — LiquidPlanner, award-winning predictive project management software for IT and technology teams, was selected by an expert panel of judges, conference organizers and event attendees as a Demo Traction Enterprise Champion!
Demo Traction Enterprise is a new event hosted by the Demo team and produced by IDG, focused specifically on highlighting and connecting the most promising growth companies with prospective customers, investors and strategic partners.
Some 700 applicants vied for the opportunity to present at Demo Traction Enterprise, which took place this week in Boston, MA. Out of the pool of applicants, 26 innovative and high growth companies were selected to present to a select group of technology industry experts and judges, the Demo team, as well as 300 executives and senior IT leaders in the audience.
Presenting during the Enterprise segment of the event, LiquidPlanner CEO Liz Pearce spoke to the audience about how integrating estimation methodology into everyday work can help people tame the uncertainty hidden in projects and in business today. In addition she spoke about how LiquidPlanner enables companies to prioritize work, accurately predict project completion dates, and ensure that employees can’t be overbooked. Together these benefits radically separate LiquidPlanner from other project management solutions that are incapable of compiling this information into a predictive and automated online solution.
“In 2008 we launched our predictive project management solution at Demo and the initial response was exceptional. Since then we’ve watched it take hold in the market, as more companies realize they need a new approach to managing the complexities of large-scale technology projects,” said Liz Pearce, chief executive officer at LiquidPlanner. “Our customers do amazing things with LiquidPlanner, from eliminating project failure costs to accelerating product delivery to drive revenue. This award is a testament to them; they inspire us every day to continue our mission of reinventing project management from the ground up.”
“We were thrilled to recognize LiquidPlanner as a DEMO Traction Champion. LiquidPlanner solves the very real problem of adjusting project plans and deadlines dynamically across an entire work group as circumstances change for each individual contributor,” said Erick Schonfeld, Demo Traction co-founder and executive producer.
If you are ready for a more flexible, fluid project management experience, we invite you to or try LiquidPlanner for free for two weeks.
Founded in 2007, LiquidPlanner is predictive project management technology for modern business. Our award-winning, patent-pending project management and scheduling technology enables more than 2,000 midmarket and enterprise technology, IT and development teams to plan, track, collaborate and analyze hundreds of projects in real-time. LiquidPlanner is privately held and headquartered in Seattle, Washington. For more information about our award-winning technology, please visit www.liquidplanner.com. For company news and updates, visit us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
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