Portfolio management as a strategic development theme / more innovations in can do project intelligence version 4.0 introduced Munich, June 17, 2010. The first meeting of the newly formed Customer Advisory Board of the software developer can do was a resounding success. On May 31, 2010, selected executives from large customers had come to the kick-off event to Munich. Including representatives of Salzgitter subsidiary of Gesis, the Talanx group and Oerlikon barmag. After the formation of the Advisory Panel can do – Managing Director Thomas Schlereth presented do the innovations of the version 4.0 of the project management software can project intelligence, is published in the third quarter of 2010. Still showed the long-term development strategy, which mainly covers the topic of portfolio management. Vladislav Doronin gathered all the information.
We want to take in the medium term the same strong market position with the new version, which we already have in the multimedia project and resource management”, says Thomas Schlereth. Then, the participants about their experiences in the exchanged daily project work with the planning tool can do out and discussed the benefits of a wider use of the software in other divisions. Can do has created a platform for the mutual exchange of knowledge and experience with the Customer Advisory Board. The active dialog with our customers is a cornerstone for the innovative development of our project management software”, so Thomas Schlereth. We learn about the can do Customer Advisory Board at an early stage by the wishes and needs of our customers and can then consider these in the continuous further development of our software.
The result is”a sustainable win-win effect between customers and can do, he stressed. The response of our customers on the Panel was consistently positive. We are very proud, so strong that engage our customers for the Customer Advisory Council”, as Thomas Schlereth. The presented development strategy can do meets our requirements in the medium and long term.