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MyProjectTracker – Open Beta



March 2, 2010 8:00 amtoMarch 31, 2010 8:00 am

Project management in business is often seen as a complicated process and, as such, can be ignored by business managers as an effective tool to help them along. We agree, it is complicated – or rather has been made complicated by the industry. Project management applies to all businesses who are service based or indeed those who run projects internally as well.

If this sounds like you, we’d love you to try out our product, just click here. It’s free, at the moment, but don’t let the fact that we are in test put you off. You can use as a production product and all of your data will be transferred to our live site once that happens!

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The Author:

Budding entrepeneur working on software product solutions for business. My background is mainly operational and senior management roles in mobile telecoms and software houses. Areas of expertise include professional services, out-sourcing, team management and general operations management. I've made the conscious decision to create my own company having spent the last 20 years learning in the corporate world. In my contributions to this forum, I will share some insights and learnings that I've picked up along the way and hopefully they will be useful to some or all! http://www.myprojecttracker.com

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  • http://www.encouragingexcellence.ie/ Mairu00e9ad Kelly

    I remember watching someone in credit control while on work experience and then getting a similar type job in a much smaller company a few months later. I got their debtor days down from 180 days to 40, mostly becasue I followed the type of advise you outlined above. I would also get the financial controller to go and let the company know that he was on his way to collect the promised cheque (or somethimes bank draft). Someone that important was rarely refused. Great practical advise Sian, staying calm and polite makes a HUGE difference.

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  • http://websitesgiveback.com/blog/ Elena Patrice

    I wholeheartedly agree with this article Adam! I’ve never heard the word “ambassador” used before in reference to a small business owner, yet this is the absolute best word to use! Thank you! When I think about it, I am always representing my company 24/7 and that’s what an ambassador does indeed. This is valuable information that any small business owner should take a moment and reflect on (even if it stings a bit). ;)n nMuch kindness,n nElena

  • http://www.academicallstartutoring.com Molly Perry

    As a new business owner, it is always good to get good information. We do wear many hats at many different times, but need to remember we are our business!

  • http://www.seefincoaching.com/blog Elaine Rogers

    If a SBO looks on themselves as an Ambassador, then they won’t fear the “Sales” aspect of their business. Sales is almost a dirty word for many business owners, yet if you ask them casually about their business, and they are passionate (a pre-requisite) they could talk all day. nnnSo in order for sales to succeed, a change in mindset is often needed. Ambassador is such a sweet tasting word compared to salesperson. nnnThe biggest challenge for some of my clients is not so much the passion, but the self-belief. I think we first must convince ourselves that the business is viable (and valuable to others) before we go outside. Also, being passionate about what we do does not guarantee transference onto others.nnnGreat points Adam! n@seefincoaching:twittern n

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shams-NetTech-Afridi/100002518703593 Shams NetTech Afridi

    good post , thanks for sharing nice information,nnDebt collection or debt recovery has to be done with anprofessional approach, to maintain the good will between your client andnyourself. nnn<au00a0 href="http://www.debtcollectors-uk.com/"nDebt Collectors.nnn