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There is no doubt there is a correlation between productivity and profitability in business. It's apparent that no matter what type of organization you work for, or who you are, the need for greater productivity will always be there.

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Everyone at fp. knows of a mystical area within the office. This area is housed by many high level magicians that bestow many high level enchantments and cast a plethora of powerful spells that affect our application everyday — ahem, sorry I got carried away there!

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Managing a creative project from end-to-end can be a pretty daunting responsibility. Not keeping track of your jobs, resources and schedule, could potentially seriously undermine your operations and put place you in your client’s bad books. To keep your head above water, stay accountable and on track, here are a couple of useful tips to help point you in the right direction.

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Function Point client, COO and Partner of Mobius New Media, Barry Crell, was interviewed recently about the need for an integrated agency management system and their specific experience with our software.

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I'm an information guy, and as a developer I collect a lot of information. Collecting and archiving information is important, but it is not just about collecting and archiving − you also need to easily filter and view the collected data in a meaningful way.

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In 1994, I was talking to a client of another business I was involved in. We were discussing a customized computer system designed to improve productivity for designers and production staff in a light manufacturing firm I partnered in.

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Author: Deborah Budd

For any agency folks who have been in the business longer than ten years, sequential sign-off is a familiar concept. It refers to everyone involved in a project or campaign taking responsibility for their portion of the job, and affixing their signatures to their work, approving it as “done” before handing it on to the next person.

 

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A little over a year ago, I took a position with Sonar Studios, a creative and technology company out of Indianapolis, Indiana. My job was, and still consists of, a number of things, starting with the operations of the company, management of staff, identification and establishment of process(es), project management, sales and working with the CEO to redefine who we are and what we do–and do well.

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Security is always important whether you keep the information on your home / work  desktop, or laptop. We all "talk the talk", and mention how important it is, but do we do enough to actually reduce security threats ? Or more importantly, DO YOU do enough to reduce security threats to your own data ?

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Let's face it. The process of selling can be a long and arduous road to achieving that success you’ve worked so hard for. How does one stay organized? How does one keep track of one’s leads, prospects, opportunities, tasks and clients? How does one follow up in a timely and efficient manner?

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