Agile Resource Management Software For Projects And Business Analysis Launched

A cloud-based resource management software tool has been launched aimed at project managers, business analysts, and executives. PDWare says its ResourceFirst tool is ideal for hybrid environments.

New York, United States - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A new cloud-based resource management software tool has been launched aimed at project managers, business analysts, and executives. PDWare says its latest tool ResourceFirst can be used for resource and portfolio management in a flexible, practical, and intuitive way.

Find out more at http://www.pdware.com

The newly launched software tool enables greater strategy execution, reliable data-based decision-making, forecasting, and business agility at all levels. The tool is the first of its kind to offer portfolio management that is focused on resource planning.

It is ideally suited to agile and hybrid environments, which have traditionally struggled to effectively manage resources. The team behind the software say many people working in hybrid environments have found themselves using two separate technologies, systems, and approaches, which generally results in separate data and different reports.

ResourceFirst helps organizations to continually align their valuable resources with their most important projects and programs. It is designed to be user-friendly and simple to use, yet powerful in its capabilities.

As well as being intuitive for team members, project and resource managers, PMO leaders, portfolio managers, and executives, it can be offered to clients as an on-premise solution. The company built the software from scratch, which means it has the benefits of the latest digital technology including dashboards powered by Qlik and hosted by Microsoft Azure.

Mobile solutions that are integrated into the software include mobile timesheets, which allows for management on the go. People who utilize the software put resource planning and management at the center of whatever they are working on, whether they are managing a portfolio, or working on a project.

A customer wrote: “PDWare focuses on what we need today, which is true supply and demand resource data without a lot of extra bells and whistles. Using PDWare, we have been able to reduce the overall resource gap substantially.”

“The system (ResourceFirst) ensures we have a prioritization process in place and that the sequence is understood across the business,” they added.

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the link provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Rick A Morris
Email: Send Email
Organization: PDWare, Inc.
Address: 235 West 48th Street Suite 33A, New York, New York 10036, United States
Phone: +1-205-410-6551
Website: http://www.pdware.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88977078

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