Genius announces the top 5 project management predictions for 2010 inside LINDAU, Germany; GENEVA, SWITZERLAND; NEW YORK, UNITED STATES; MONTReAL, CANADA; (7 January 2010) based on the customer feedback over the past year genius projects inside that the documentation of project results and a higher demand for flexible software licensing models among the top 2010 will be 5 project management trends. The leading provider for Lotus Notes, and Web-based project management software genius inside is one of about 500 customers who come from many industries, such as manufacturing, information technology, professional services, insurance companies and banks. The frequent customer inquiries about a function that allows an evaluation of the project outputs, as well as the high demand for the new SaS solution genius project for Web again confirmed the prediction by genius inside for 2010. According to Gartner an American research company in the field of information technology to the project management software market in 2010 to Grow 14.4 percent and up to the year 2012 the income to rise to up to $ 2.2 billion. \”We have received many questions about the SaS products and can say that our own SaS solution despite recession was very well accepted,\” says Christophe Borlat, Managing Director of genius inside and adds: it is therefore predict that the customers in the future would have more licensing options to choose no great feat.
Customers have asked also, after other features for resource management, simulation and \”what if analysis\” after a closer integration with partner products, as well as project output metrics. Based on these requests, we predict a focus for 2010 in these areas. \”Either are products purchased, which include the required functions or they were bought already and this year already in production use be\”. The top 5 genius inside project management predictions for 2010: 1. The customers are demanding the creation of new software licensing models more flexibility in the number of licenses, which may vary among customers during the year and thus reflects instabilities of the project team structure.