Growth, Accelerated – 2012 Professional Services Benchmark Report

The second half of 2010 saw the professional services market starting to emerge from one of the worst recessions in decades. Organizations were just starting to hire, and all of the key indicators, such as annual revenues, bill rates, and backlogs, were trending up. Last year, Service Performance Insight, in their annual PS Maturity Benchmark Report, predicted accelerated growth in … Read More

How to Create Projector Reports from Scratch – Part 2

Utilization by Department Trend Chart

In our last blog post we talked about all of the different report types available in Projector’s professional services automation software and discussed how to choose the best one. In this post we explore how to customize these reports to get the information you are looking for right at your fingertips. Customizing reports in Projector gives you access to the … Read More

How to Create Projector Reports from Scratch – Part 1

Beyond the Frozen Pizza Nearly 25% of all the requests that the Projector support desk fields involves helping people find, customize, or create a report to give them visibility into a particular piece of information. That’s not surprising as when we designed Projector’s reporting engine, we intentionally wanted to put a lot of the tools and raw ingredients into the … Read More

Top 10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Projector

One of the great joys of designing and building a software product that is used by a myriad of different people in a myriad of different companies is helping them understand some new and novel ways they can get the most out of Projector. Some of these best practices come from how we thought about how Projector should be used … Read More

Capitalizing on the Recovering Economy with Professional Services Automation

2008 and 2009 saw one of the toughest economic climates in decades hit the professional services industry. Services firms with customers rooted in the hardest-hit sectors of the economy—manufacturing, construction, and financial services—or whose offerings were considered discretionary spending by their clients often felt the pain of layoffs, cost cutting, or insolvency. Organizations that were left turned inwards, focusing on … Read More