Case Study: City of Dallas
As one of the largest metropolitan areas in Texas, the City of Dallas (the City) had substantial amounts of work to coordinate across its capital project management activities. Administrators relied on five disparate software platforms to manage projects, track progress, and generate reports, but because of the size and complexity of the organization, these old platforms provided little cohesion across departments or business processes.
Case Study: Wichita Public Schools
Wichita Public Schools is the largest school district in the state of Kansas. It’s responsible for managing a vast network of facilities spanning 1800+ acres and 300 buildings. A district this size requires…
Case Study: World Bank
The World Bank is an international banking institution with over 10,000 employees operating across 189 member countries. As a global organization that routinely deals with . . .