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Learn from the past. Plan for the future.

Every project is the same, but still different. Without proper tools, you end up repeating the same mistakes over and over again. Silverbucket is a project resource planning tool that accumulates data as you go.   

Silverbucket for IT consultants

IT Consulting

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Silverbucket for engineering companies

Engineering companies


Case Sweco: ”A whole different way to manage resources”

Prior to the introduction of Silverbucket Sweco had several different resource planning solutions in place. However, the use of different tools did not make summarising information any easier which provoked interest towards alternative resourcing solutions. According to Timo Pekkinen, Sweco’s technology director, Silverbucket offers a whole different way to manage resourcing situation. Silverbucket has therefore made a remarkably positive impact to Sweco’s work and operating methods.

Millennials and the transition in working life

Ludvig wants to fulfil himself. He appreciates meaningful work. Ludvig is aspiring to continuously learn, develop his skills and be heard at work. He wants to be actively involved in decision-making, more so than the generation before him. He takes on projects with a burning passion. Ludvig is a millennial. Read how millennials have brought about a major transition, also in corporate resourcing processes.

Weekly webinar: Introduction to Silverbucket's resourcing features

We are organizing weekly Silverbucket webinar every Thursday where we will present how resourcing is managed with Silverbucket. Read more about the webinar and register now! 

Case Tengbom: Unique overview of projects and people allocations

Earlier Tengbom did they resource planning with Excel. It was time consuming and fragmented, and they did not get an overview to their work. Tengbom didn’t have clear understanding company’s total capacity, current and upcoming projects. People allocation and project prioritizing was mainly based on guessing, and they found it difficult to see gaps in their resource planning. 

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