Discover which KPIS you should be using to measure your Whole Business.

The progress of your staff really is important, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore the bigger picture. It’s time to start measuring the progress of your organisation – you ought to know if you are generating good revenue, completing projects on time and if you have enough work in lined up to keep you going.

This eGuide uncovers:

  • The top 10 KPIs you need to measure for your organisation to grow efficiently.
  • The importance of measuring billable time, costs and resources, to ensure profitable growth.
  • How to understand how valuable each client really is.

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Why Project-based ERP is right for you!

Improve your firm performance and success with project-based ERP for Architects and Engineers. The perfect solution for small and medium architecture and engineering firms.

Modern project-based ERP software is designed to streamline your business by integrating all of your accounting, project management and CRM business needs into one system!

Download below our free Project-based ERP for Dummies and learn about:

  • Reporting & dashboards
  • CRM for client management
  • Planning & resource management


Choose an ERP solution complete with accounting functionality to align with your business goals.

Professional Services organizations need the right tools to get full visibility of their finances. Recording how many hours staff have worked on a project to ensure that clients are invoiced correctly is imperative to business growth, but it’s not always easy to collect accurate information.

Although there are a number of accounting software packages, it’s important that the one you choose has the ability to communicate with your existing business systems in order to collect the right information and analysis from it. Nevertheless there is no need to buy an accounting software package which then has to be integrated into your business systems, such as CRM and Resource Management. They are available as one solution in the form of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, removing the challenge of choosing accounting software that needs to be integrated.

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Discover which KPIs are needed for efficient business growth and how to measure them. As a Professional Services organisation, you already understand the importance of capturing and calculating the KPIs of your staff. However, it is just as important to monitor KPIs for your whole business too.Here are the top ten KPIs – as identified by the IDC 2014 Global Consulting Survey – that you should be monitoring so you can accurately assess business performance.

In this Ebook are the top ten KPIs – as identified by the IDC 2014 Global Consulting Survey – that you should
be monitoring so you can accurately assess business performance.

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Project-based firms manage their business through the project life cycle. Follow this Infographic to learn how to get the most out of your project life cycle. Click below to download the Infographic.


Is your IT an asset that drives business success, or just a tool that maintains the status quo? Can it do these 6 things that are critical to business growth?

See this informative Infographic about the 6 things your IT must be able to do to drive your business strategy, here

Many Professional Services Organisations continue to progress quickly, but this also means that their processes and business systems need to adapt alongside them. Not every Professional Service Organisation prioritises matching their Business Systems to the growth of their company, which means they may not be working effectively.

This infographic raises the ten questions you should be asking yourself when reviewing your Business Systems. From over-servicing clients and losing margin to accurately forecasting revenue for the coming months, we point towards the importance of amending your business systems rather than making do.