10 Most Shared CIO.com Articles for Project Managers

Your day is spent managing budgets, people, and time. That can make staying up to date on the latest and greatest project management articles a challenge. Where do you fit reading time into your day?

Getting People to Actually Track Time | Mavenlink Tips

For many people, a new year means a new you. Use this January's new year timing as to set the stage  all year for better time tracking. 

Six Business Trends in 2016 Executives Must Acknowledge and Understand

The way businesses get work done in the new year is changing. Strong client relationships and valuable service offerings are still at the heart of successful organizations. Yet the best of the best organizations and individuals remain those who adopt change early.  There are six key business trends in 2016 that will affect every industry profoundly.  Here they are. 

Mavenlink Shortlisted for 2015-16 Cloud Awards' "Best in SaaS" (US)

Irvine, California – 17 December 2015 – Mavenlink has made the shortlist in the 2015-2016 Cloud Awards Program category “Best SaaS.”The cloud computing awards program awards excellence and innovation in cloud computing to entries from across the globe, including the US, Canada, Australasia and EMEA. 

5 Things Our Customers Say About Mavenlink

The resource planning (what is resource planning?) and project management software you choose to be a part of your daily work life is a big decision. It also has big implications; the right platform will help you to grow, and manage that growth efficently. We understand you need to do your homework and we want to help.

How to Choose the Right Software Vendor

"Before committing to a new software solution, be sure to kick the tires. Most SaaS companies offer a free trial to test features, benefits and usability. Then, during the trial, make sure the software contains the features you need, as well as the functionality. And don't be afraid to ask the vendor questions. You'll want to make sure it's a perfect fit for your company over the long haul..."