|By Marketwired .||
|July 1, 2014 05:05 AM EDT||
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/01/14 -- Project Insight announced today that since safety training course provider SafetySkills implemented its project management software last year they are far more efficient and productive than they have ever been. SafetySkills is getting more accomplished because they are able to maximize resources, which reduces downtime.
"We also have better insights into our profitability on a project-by-project basis," said H.E. "Trey" Greene, SafetySkills' founder and CEO. "Because Project Insight is built around the paradigm of formal project management, it includes control points. Red flags pop up during a project. I can look on my iPad to quickly see the status of each project, make sure it's on track, address problems early on and determine what our profitability will be. That's something we couldn't do before."
SafetySkills focuses on providing technology-based solutions to global compliance training challenges for large companies. The company develops and markets its own products, provides custom courseware development, programming, subject matter expertise, consulting and content development services. Industries they serve include oil and gas, utilities and municipalities, homeland security, colleges and universities, and defense.
"As we expanded, we outgrew our legacy software. It didn't have the resource management, task balancing and recording we needed. Plus, it didn't allow us to manage workflow, manage our resources or improve quality control," Greene recalled.
Before Project Insight project management software was implemented, the company couldn't calculate R&D costs accurately or substantiate the costs with the IRS to receive tax credits. Now the software generates reports that detail R&D costs on an hour-by-hour basis that the IRS accepts.
"Reports are easy to use because you can customize them any way you want," Greene noted. "I get answers easily to some pretty deep questions in a way I understand because the data is formatted in the way I need to see it." Because tasks are set up by importance and can be tracked to completion, management can see the bottom line now. And because profit and loss statements are far more detailed, management has more confidence in the financial decisions they make.
noodleStream.com, the maker of SafetySkills, is a USA-based company that provides online safety training courses designed to ensure that companies meet their regulatory training requirements and employees learn best safe practices. The firm develops and markets its own products, provides custom courseware development, programming, subject matter expertise, ISD consulting and content development services for public and private-sector clients. For more information, please visit safetyskills.com.
About Project Insight
Project Insight is project and portfolio management software that helps small to medium sized organizations (1-1000 team members) centralize projects, balance resources, collaborate on project assets, enter time/expenses, track budgets and view real-time reports. Project Insight is used by IT, professional services, product development and advertising teams worldwide. Project Insight is offered in both cloud and on premise editions and is compliant with the PMBOK® Guide. To learn more, visit www.projectinsight.net or follow us on Twitter @ProjectInsight.
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