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Entry Software Corporation has released TeamHeadquarters version 7.9 to support customer requirements for a simple to use mini-project ticket that has to-dos and that can be templated. This change allows users of TeamHeadquarters to create and manage small projects and service requests with less time and effort.
22 February 2017
Entry Software Corporation, developers of TeamHeadquarters project management and help desk applications, announced today that the City of London has completed the implementation of TeamHeadquarters. The city is using the app to administer facilities management support and development projects.
Entry Software and Ivey Business School to Host June 18th Webinar to Help a Broad Range of Businesses Improve Their IT Organization
06 June 2014
Entry Software Corporation is joining with the esteemed Ivey Business School at Western University and its Associate Professor of Management Information Systems, Dr. Nicole Haggerty, PhD, to present a June 18th Webinar, IT-Enabled IT Organizations – Making Sense of IT Frameworks and Using Technology to Improve Your IT Organization.
Entry Software Team to Attend Gartner IT Summit, June 9-11, 2014 in the Orlando, Florida Area, as a Silver Sponsor of the Event
03 June 2014
Entry Software Corporation is serving as a Silver Sponsor of the Gartner IT Infrastructure & Operations Management Summit, June 9-11, 2014, in the Orlando, Fla. area. During the event, the Entry team will be showing SMEs the many capabilities of the company’s TeamHeadquarters v. 7.0, a fully integrated IT service and project management solution.
Entry Software Chosen to be One of Eight Companies on the Ontario Trade Mission to FOSE and Washington, DC
14 May 2014
The government of Ontario Canada has chosen Entry Software Corporation of London Ontario to join the Ontario Trade Mission to FOSE and Washington, DC. This special opportunity was available to only eight Ontario companies.
"Reporting Project Status" is #1 Reason IT Projects Are Not Completed on Time, According to Entry Software Research
28 March 2014
According to data from IMTS’s 2014 research, as commissioned by Entry Software Corporation, 55 percent of IT managers and corporate executives said that “reporting project status” was the #1 productivity drain on their IT resources, which resulted in IT projects requiring more time than originally estimated.
Entry Software's Newest E-Book Enhances IT Project Manager's Understanding of the Importance of Tracking Project Status
28 February 2014
Tracking Project Status Throughout the Engagement, the newest e-book from Entry Software and written by Brad Egeland, explains why tracking project status is the most important responsibility of the IT project manager. The book will also improve their management of project risks, scheduling, scope and resources required for a successful completion.
Entry Software Research Identifies Unacceptable Project Delays Among 37 Percent of IT Managers and Corporate Executives
26 February 2014
During early 2014, Entry Software commissioned an independent research firm to conduct extensive live interviews with more than 150 IT managers and corporate executives in the United States and found that 37 percent of them stated their IT projects required significantly more time to complete than initially scheduled.