Listen Now: Roger Neel on The Tech Talks Daily Podcast

Roger Neel, co-founder and CTO of Mavenlink for over 11 years, is an accomplished web designer, Ruby on Rails engineer, thought leader in agile software development, mentor to startup founders and software developers, and a strong advocate for pair programming.

Mavenlink and Octane: An Enduring Partnership in the Orange County Tech Ecosystem

In the early days of Mavenlink, the company was just three guys in CEO Ray Grainger’s home office. Since founding the company in the midst of a recession, the company has grown immensely. Today, Mavenlink is made up of more than 350 employees globally, many of whom call California’s Orange County home. Without the local tech community to help guide Mavenlink in its early days, it would have been difficult to launch the company onto its current trajectory.

Mavenlink Continues Award Winning Streak in 2020

Mavenlink was just recognized with a 2020 BIG Innovation Award from the Business Intelligence Group, named as one of the 100 companies recognized as leaders. This annual business awards program recognizes organizations, products and people that are bringing new ideas to life in innovative ways.

Mavenlink Wins Two Gold Stevie Awards in Product Categories and a Bronze Stevie for Outstanding Customer Service

Mavenlink is proud to announce that it has won the 2019 American Business Awards Gold Stevie Awards for Best Project Management Solution and Best Application Programming Interface. Mavenlink also won a Bronze Stevie Award for Customer Service Department of the Year.

Mavenlink Compared Favorably to Asana and Wrike by CIO

CIO recently published an in-depth comparison of the project management solutions offered by Mavenlink, Asana, and Wrike. The publication compared features, company information, UI focus, integration capabilities, and the overall pros and cons of each solution.

Mavenlink Receives 4.5 Out of 5 Stars from CIO

CIO recently published its in-depth review of Mavenlink and gave glowing praise for our software, stating, “From its high-level views to the smallest unit of task detail, Mavenlink offers a well thought out platform complete with business intelligence reporting — a definite plus for service-based businesses.”

Project Management Lessons from Mavenlink CEO Ray Grainger

Mavenlink's Founder and CEO, Ray Grainger, has recently been featured in Bruce Harpham's book Project Managers at Work. In the interview below, you can learn more about how Ray got involved in project management, and most importantly, how Mavenlink came to be. 

How the Road to Success is Changing for Professional Services Organizations

Deloitte University Press has recently released their fifth annual report on Global Human Capital Trends. In this article, we summarize key findings from the first of ten emerging trends presented in the Deloitte report. 

10 Influential Quotes on The Service Level Economy

We are in middle of a major transformation that will change how we work forever. We have left behind old business models and have entered into a client driven, Service Level Economy

Five Project Management Lessons You Can Learn from Return of the Jedi

The Fourth of May is a day of celebration for Star Wars fans worldwide (#MaytheFourthbewithyou). Here at Mavenlink, we'd like to celebrate by sharing the opening scene of Return of the Jedi, and the five project management lessons you can learn from the failing Death Star project.

Suiteworld 2017 Agenda: The Top Seven Sessions You Can’t Afford To Miss

Mavenlink is excited to announce that we will be attending Suiteworld 2017, being held April 24th-27th in Las Vegas, Nevada. With that said, we are presenting an Agenda for Suiteworld 2017, covering the top seven must-attend sessions you cannot afford to miss this year!

The 2017 State of the Services Economy Series: An Introduction to the Service Level Economy

I see more opportunity for businesses in the services sector than at any other time in my 30 years of experience in related industries. Economic forces are driving a tremendous amount of demand for a myriad of services.

A Note from Mavenlink CEO about the Company’s Recent $39 Million Investment from Goldman Sachs

This is an exciting time for the services industry, and investors know it too. It is expected that firms within the creative and professional services sector — notably marketing agencies, IT services firms, management consultants, engineering firms, and architecture firms — will generate $3 trillion in 2016. And this market opportunity is growing rapidly, at least 2x the average GDP growth in the US.

Dreamforce 2016: Sessions You Can’t Miss

Are you attending Dreamforce this year? If so, you will be in good company with more than 130,000 like minded professionals registered to attend. Not to mention another 200,000 that will attend virtually. With that turn out, it's no wonder Dreamforce is one of the most influential events in the tech industry. Every year new products are announced, trends set, and new ideas emerge. It’s truly one of the most important events in the industry.

Ride the Wave: Mavenlink’s Wave for Professional Services

We speak with services leaders every day. One thing is clear — services firms have a profound need for business intelligence to make sense of vast information sources. Most of their systems, even if mission critical, are often best described as silos of information storage, with people lobbing key data over very high walls.