- A weekly pulse check updates the continuous pulse analysis.
- Each week, the client team rates the project performance of the service provider and the service provider rates the project performance of the client across 8 critical performance criteria. Anonymously.
- Weighted group responses provide clear diagnostic of positive or negative trends across eight performance criteria for both clients and service providers.
- Weekly input assures timely detection of teamwork deficiencies that may harm project progress. The ease & simplicity of the process enables this frequency and imposes no burden upon respondents who tend to complete their weekly input in roughly 2 minutes.
- ProQ ensures collaborative accountability, reduces risk, promotes acceleration and provides vital project transparency beyond the project team.
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Up to 2/3 of all enterprise software projects fail to deliver their expected value. Will your project be one of them?
Project success requires more than the right technology and budget, it requires teamwork. Teamwork quality is the one thing that can truly predict success and failure, and it's the one thing you've never monitored.
Introducing ProQ, the cloud-based service that lets you monitor, report, and take action on teamwork problems before it's too late.
Intro to ProQ
A 4:43 video introduction to ProQ intended for clients, service providers, and software vendors to gain an understanding of how ProQ works and its many benefits.
Managing Project “Weather” with Constant, Credible, and Visible Monitoring of Project Teamwork. White Paper, 22 pages
Brief, semi-animated slide show introducing ProQ.
If the service provider and the client aren’t working as a team, cancel the project and save yourself a ton of time, money and angst.
—Jim Spitze, Executive Director
CIO Leadership Program, Haas School of Business
ProQ could help litigators quickly resolve ‘soft’ people issues by providing a consistent and non-biased contemporaneous picture of teamwork status through the entire project.
—George J. (“Jay”) Coleman, III
SALMON, LEWIS & WELDON, P.L.C.
ProQ certainly is a direct, summarized and practical tool on getting a quick sense of the project’s condition.
ProQ fits perfectly in a Client/Consultant project environment relationship, especially on software implementations. Our project was not really a software implementation and the core objectives and success measurements of the project relied mostly on the client side; however ProQ always gave us a good monitor of activities that had to be accomplished in common. ProQ certainly is a direct, summarized and practical tool on getting a quick sense of the project’s condition.
Project Manager, Aryzta
The ProQ Team
Decades of Experience Managing, Researching and Analyzing Enterprise IT Projects
Josh Greenbaum is ProQ’s CEO. Josh has been deeply involved in the enterprise software business for 30 years. His major clients have included top-tier software companies, service providers and their customers. Josh's interest in why business project's fail led him to co-found ProQ with Michael.
Michael Doane is ProQ’s Chief Strategist. With over 30 years in the enterprise field, Michael’s experience includes CIO, implementation practice lead, and enterprise software consultant. He is the author of five books on SAP implementation & execution, including The SAP Green Book and The SAP Blue Book. Michael's research on what makes projects successful, and his experience over many years as an expert witness in ERP litigation, were key motivators in co-founding ProQ.
Chief Operating Officer
Bruce Blitch is ProQ's COO. Bruce has 18 years of experience as a CIO in international and global companies, including 3 years as the Global CIO for a European-based, multi billion-dollar, worldwide company. He was a founding member of the industry’s largest group of Global and North American companies collaborating on e-commerce projects in agriculture. In addition, Bruce has served as an Expert Witness on four legal disputes involving troubled ERP implementation projects.