The Secret to Smart Professional Services Resource Management

Author: Categories: Professional Services, Projector

I just published an article in the July issue of Professional Services Journal that discusses combining art and science in the pursuit of resource management in a professional services firm. It talks about how necessary it is to combine two different perspectives when managing resources: the mathematical, algorithmic, metric-oriented, rational world with the intuitive, empathetic, human one. Systems like Professional … Read More

The Power of Results-Driven Professional Services Automation

Author: Categories: Professional Services, Projector, Projector PSA

Here at Projector PSA we have taken a decidedly different approach to professional services automation (PSA) software. Designed by professional services executives, our solution is solely focused on helping people- and project-centric services firms run more efficiently, successfully, and profitably. This results-driven approach is apparent not only in our product, but also in our diverse service and support offerings. And it … Read More

Continuity and Change: Consistency in an Ever-Changing Environment

Author: Categories: Professional Services, Projector, Projector PSA

Every year over the past decade, Service Performance Insight (SPI) publishes their comprehensive Professional Services Maturity Benchmark that provides a unique perspective into what’s going on in the professional services industry. Every year, I eagerly pour through the results to understand what’s new, what’s changed, and what’s different. This year, however, what really stood out was one factor that has … Read More

About to Outgrow Your Accounting System? Look at Your PSA Software Instead

Author: Categories: Professional Services, Projector

The Plot… A few years ago, a prospective client came to us and said they were interested in implementing Projector as their Professional Services Automation (PSA) tool. At the time, they were a small, 8-person start-up consultancy and Projector was probably overkill for their existing needs. They predicted, however, that they were going to grow, both in size and in … Read More

Predicting Professional Services Variability with PSA Software

Author: Categories: How To, Professional Services, Projector, Tutorials

One of the reasons I love doing what I do is that it gives me the opportunity to work with a huge variety of professional services firms—from startups employing just a couple of founders to larger organizations with thousands of consultants scattered around the globe. No matter where they sit along the maturity curve, each organization faces unique challenges. They … Read More

How PSA Software Helps You Deliver More with Less – PSA Infographic Deconstructed: Part Four

Author: Categories: Professional Services, Projector, PSA Software Infographics

Over the past few blog posts we’ve examined how service organizations can enhance their profitability by implementing a professional services automation (PSA) solution. We covered increasing utilization, improving project margins, and using PSA software to deliver more successful projects. Today, we’ll take a look at professional services software from an operational efficiency perspective—delivering more with less. Because services automation software … Read More

4 Steps to Deliver More Projects Successfully – PSA Infographic Deconstructed: Part Three

Author: Categories: Professional Services, Projector, PSA Software Infographics

In our last blog post,we talked about how service firms can increase project profitability by implementing a professional services automation (PSA) solution. That post was squarely focused on the bottom line. Today, we’ll talk about one of the keys to achieving those bottom line results: being able to deliver more projects successfully. Success is measured by a number of factors … Read More

Introducing the Projector e3 Program

Author: Categories: Projector

Simple Questions “How can I learn more about what Projector can do?” “How can I make sure we’re getting all that we can get out of the system?” “I’m not even sure what questions to ask…I don’t know what I don’t know.” We’re used to fielding these sorts of questions from prospects—people thinking about implementing Projector as their new Professional … Read More