In mid-January, 152hq visited the Port Kembla Coal Terminal and had a chat with some local engineers and project managers about what aspects of the project management game can be improved and how we can incorporate these improvements into our product. As always, the most common concern was lack of knowledge transparency and mountains of paperwork that need to be sifted through and sorted to generate any kind of forecasting reports. This kind of feedback is great for us, as we believe that consistently being in contact with what our client base wants and needs from their project management software is the best way forward. The only method to get reliable feedback is to talk with them directly; they have skin in the game within their industry and they know what is required to get the job done correctly the first time.
The coming weeks will mean an increase in site visits for the team at 152hq as we head out and talk to existing clients, as well as potential new customers, about the recent changes that have been made to the dashboard interface. We want the transition period to be as smooth as possible between each new upgrade to the program, so it is worth taking the time to meet with our customers directly.
We love talking project management with anyone who will listen, so feel free to drop us a line if you or your company have any specific PM requirements. Even if you have specific requirements are not listed on our site, it is Tracka’s goal to update the functionality of our program to keep consistently meeting the needs of the project management industry. Don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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