IT services company, ENGIE IT, has chosen Clarizen to represent its interest in using a cloud based service to increase energy-efficient services while driving efficiency and reducing costs.
Clarizen have designed the software for these particular needs based on ENGIE IT’s specific needs in terms of cutting down unnecessary manual tasks and minor project portfolio changes which were previously wasting staff time.
The new system is already in place and aims to seriously cut unwanted costs across the business.
Joeri Pavlovic, director projects and programs, ENGIE IT, said: “Our previous portfolio and project management (PPM) software was costly to maintain and configure, and lacked the flexibility our IT teams needed. We evaluated 12 PPM software solutions and came to the conclusion that Clarizen would work best for us, because it was cost effective and the most flexible – agile enough to fit all our needs.
“Clarizen is already being implemented. We’ve been particularly impressed by how fluid Clarizen is making the transition from our previous PPM software – meaning our teams are able to continue their day-to-day operations, during the implementation phase, undisturbed.”
David Goulden, product director at Clarizen, added: “Like all global leaders, ENGIE is always looking for ways to become more business agile and it is clear that one of the best ways to achieve this is by employing a cloud-based work collaboration platform to ensure teams have a better way of managing their workflow. For firms operating across a global marketplace, we are seeing increasing demand for a work management software that transcends location and time-zones, while empowering employees to use their time more effectively by streamlining workflow.”
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