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Have you ever seen the classic 1960 film The Apartment? In the film, Jack Lemmon's character works in what you might call a shining example of the kind of workplace that is becoming increasingly rare: a cavernous accounting department which takes up a whole floor in a skyscraper. (more…)


WorkTrail Review – Time Tracking Without Interruptions

By Stephanie Miles, 16 September 2014

WorkTrail Review – An excellent solution for individuals and small teams, providing all the necessary tools that a time tracking application should offer (more…)


There's no doubt, eCommerce has all but replaced regular wait in line, mall-rat old-school commerce. The global end-customer eCommerce industry is expected to reach one and a half TRILLION dollars this year alone. Whether your store was built online or you're bringing your brick and mortar to the cloud, you need to focus on how that is going to affect your inventory management. Today we pair up with TradeGecko to talk about the techniques you need to optimize and automate your eCommerce Inventory Holding. (more…)


You know nothing, Jon Snow. Spending most of my time online, I find it increasingly frustrating that it is so difficult to find products and services on the Internet. Those businesses that actually have websites (trust me many don’t), are difficult to find, impossible to navigate and WHERE are your social sharing buttons??? There is such a desperate need for online marketing tools! (more…)


GetApp Twitter Chat: Agile Project Management

By James Clifton, 28 August 2014

Well, what can I say, the first ever GetApp Twitter chat was a blast, nerve wracking but still loads of fun. Not to mention informative. In case you missed it we discussed Agile Project Management with the guys from Clarizen, Inflectra of SpiraPlan, and LeanKit.  And boy did this Agile project management beginner learn a lot. (more…)



Your medical practice or home care office no longer needs to have walls lined with inefficient, space-sucking filing systems. Heck, with the current medical practice management software available, you don't even need a desk or a desktop computer. You are able to run your medical care from anywhere, even your iPad, saving you time and money, while actually avoiding errors and ensuring compliance. Today we go through field service management, medical billing, patient scheduling and more to help your doctors, nurses and staff work more effectively in less time! (more…)


As a consumer, you are surely familiar with file sharing applications like Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive by now. And, like many business people, you may have tried those tools for your business, only to find that for sharing sensitive internal documents, none of them is ideal. So what we're talking about here might be something new to you: enterprise-level file sharing software. (more…)


What Don Draper would Hate about Marketing Automation

By Diana Berryman, 19 August 2014

Don Draper would HATE how we market our businesses today with a passion! In the old school of marketing, there would be no need for marketing automation, you would plan your campaign, create your ads, send them out into the world and then sit back, sip some whisky, grope your secretary, and reap the benefits (or not.) Don thought computers were distractions and would clearly have hated marketing automation software. (more…)


What’s the biggest challenge for any leader trying to roll out new business software? It’s forming new habits, because, as you know, old habits die hard. Nothing is more true than the habits of sales people blocking the proper adoption of a customer relationship management software or CRM. When we started Pipedrive we knew that building a cutting edge sales software wasn’t going to be enough -- we needed to focus on making the app as easy to implement as possible. Still, a lot of what has to do with the ease of starting to use a new software has nothing to do with the software itself. Today we visit offer you tricks from our own experience to help you roll out a software to your small business. (more…)


Getting the 4 Ages of Project Teams to Collaborate

By Hadley Jones, 14 August 2014

It has never happened before. It has taken centuries (in fact, millennia) for today’s extraordinary situation to occur in the workplace. There are now no fewer than four identifiably different generations employed in enterprises and organizations around the world. That means that project teams may also now be composed of any mixture of representatives from these age ranges. What does that immediately spark as a thought – generation gaps? Project management application vendors like Clarizen, AtTask and Microsoft Project have studied the situation to find out more about the different work profiles of the ‘4 Ages.’ (more…)