Do I Need Project Management Software?

Scoro |  November 25, 2014 |  Last updated: September 6, 2016

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With so many resources and websites available, it can get overwhelming whenever you’re trying to decide if your business could benefit from a specific product or service. The lists, reviews and options are endless, and every day there seems to be a new “software tool” on the market and ready to solve your “problem”.


When it comes to managing your company’s projects, clients, and invoices, you tend to reach a point where you start thinking to yourself “hey, maybe I need something to keep track of all of this in one place.” That would certainly be more organized and way easier, wouldn’t it? Some people don’t come to this realization right away, and that’s why we’ve compiled a list outlining some of the reasons your organization may need project management software.


Lack of Planning

You can’t have a successful business without planning things out, right? Planning projects includes setting appropriate deadlines, budgets, and resources. Not all project management tools are created equal, but if you struggle in the planning department, Scoro might be a great choice for you.
To plan for future projects, you need to go by the information you already know from past projects. The two main things you need to look at are:
1. How much time you spent on the project
2. What resources were accessed to complete the project

By having a complete project overview showing you how many hours you should actually be billing your clients for, as well as what tasks and resources you used, you will be able to make better choices for your next project and actually be able to provide your client with an accurate quote.
Read on: How to Improve Your Project Management With Scoro in Six Steps?

Lack of Communication

When dealing with creatives, most clients find the lack of communication to be an issue. If you commission an agency to create a website for you and you don’t receive status updates, it can be quite stressful.
Using a project management platform not only gives your clients peace of mind, but also gives you access to status updates, as well as letting you see who is working on which component of your project at any given time. This feature allows you to keep track of your employee’s tasks and lets you delegate those tasks with the click of a button.


Lack of Organization

Finally, we get to project organization. Keeping all of the components that pertain to your project can be hard work if you’re not an organized person by nature. Not all great business owners are organized, hence why project management tools exist in the first place.

Do you find yourself losing track of important files such as artwork, invoices, and proposals? Digging through countless email conversations to retrieve these files can be a total nightmare (especially if you have several projects in the works), which is why it is so much easier to just have them all in one place.

One of the benefits of Scoro is how simple it is to upload and download files from the platform, and keep your team organized. Having all the files that pertain to each project categorized and accessible to everyone involved will make the process more efficient and most importantly, organized.


Give Project Management Software a Go

If you find your organization suffering from any of these three issues, it might be time to give project management software a try. Start your free 14-day Scoro trial now and get access to all of the features we have to offer.

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