In an ideal world, you would know exactly where each and every stage of your project stands at all times. Understanding how the budget and resources are being allocated, the existence of any risks, and the tasks that need the most attention is central to project success.
Is there a more important project metric than customer satisfaction? If there is, we certainly can’t think of one. CEOs, CIOs and CFOs often insist that hitting budget and time targets is the benchmark for successful project delivery, but if a customer is dissatisfied, coming in on time and within budget counts for nothing.
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Data is undoubtedly one of the most valuable assets a business has as its disposal. Timely, accurate information allows businesses to build an understanding not only of their strengths, but also of their weaknesses.