Sweco Finland and Silverbucket Ltd have made a frame agreement on implementing Silverbucket’s project portfolio resourcing tool.
Bilot chose Silverbucket to increase their predictability and transparency in their projects.
As Firstco has grown, so has the importance of managing more and more resources across an increasing number of projects.
In Silverbucket it is possible to make two different kind of allocations: confirmed and tentative. Read when tentative allocations are useful.
After relaxing holidays and a slow-paced summer, we have returned to a normal rhythm here at Silverbucket. A new version will be provided again every month. In February I wrote down a bit about our targets for the first half of 2018 and now it is time to update these thoughts for the second half of the year. Let's first go through what we have managed to create and execute during the last six months. Read more!
”Don’t choose a generic tool for your organisation.” This is one of the main statements expounded in the presentation. The explanation shortly is that one should choose a tool that is perfect for your project type. If we hold on to the project type concept that we presented in the previous article, let’s look closer at the statement from development and delivery project points of view. Which tools are perfect for these project types? Read more!
What new features to expect during Silverbucket’s first half-year in 2018? The big development themes are skill management, different work load types (“soft” and “hard”) and some finishing touches of the new UI. In addition, we are developing our own processes continuously and one visible process change will be a more frequent Silverbucket update cycle (appr. once a month). Read more!
Demos Helsinki chose in spring 2017 Silverbucket as its project resource management and hour tracking system. We have heard that they have created a successful concept to motivate, commit and brief their employees to use Silverbucket. They call the concept “Bucket Club” and we asked Demos Helsinki to tell a bit more about it. Read the whole article!
I believe almost everyone has heard horror stories of never-ending IT-projects. The projects might last for months or even years and still fail. A one very common pitfall in renewing IT-systems is the misconception that every organisation has such unique needs that it is not possible to use existing tools as such. This situation occurs only in some very exceptional cases. Read more!