Oakville – January 24, 2012 – Promys Inc., a leader in professional service automation software for the IT solutions provider industry, is pleased to announce the availability of their new Project Profitability Scorecard. Promys software provides visibility into sales, project delivery and support in order to help IT Solution provider businesses reduce risk and stop losing money on projects.
“We wanted to arm IT Solution provider businesses with a tool that would provide them with the insight and information necessary to evaluate their current project processes and to identify profitability gaps,” said John Breakey, founder and former CEO of Unis Lumin, a Cisco gold partner and current Promys CEO.
Breakey continues, “Too often the momentum and complexity of a project makes it difficult to assess progress and profitability; and if you don’t have a quantitative way to measure where you stand, it’s impossible to make any necessary improvements that would positively impact profitability.”
The Promys Project Profitability Scorecard:
- Breaks down the complexity of the project processes into easy to measure steps.
- Helps businesses to identify any existing gaps between sales, project management, service delivery, equipment management and support that are negatively impacting profitability.
- Provides insight into how to address those gaps.
Promys’ Profitability Scorecard can be a useful tool to help businesses determine if their existing business processes are negatively impacting profitability and if they need to implement a software solution to close the gaps.
“Interested businesses can download this practical tool by visiting our Project Profitability Scorecard download page,” said Breakey. “I would encourage anyone who is questioning their project profitability to take advantage of this useful tool.”
For more information about Promys, please visit promys.com or call 1-866-728-2345.
About Promys Inc.
The PROMYS professional service automation software was originally developed in 1998 to address the fundamental problem that the IT solution provider industry faces; how to tie services together with complex equipment solution delivery and multi-layered post sales support.
In 2003, PROMYS was spun off as its own corporate entity. PROMYS quickly added customers in the IT solution provider and IT systems integrator marketplace, including one of the largest and most recognized technology solution providers in the world.