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 would work best on projects where the dependency and achievement of results is balanced, ProQ certainly is a direct, summarized and practical tool on getting a quick sense of the project’s condition.
—Salvador Sanchez, Project Manager, Aryzta
Implementation projects go off the rails and end up in litigation most often because the “soft” people issues weren’t adequately addressed. While “hard stuff” like schedule and budget are extensively tracked, the problem for litigators is that lawsuits often devolve into the “soft stuff” people issues of “he said, she said” finger-pointing after the fact. 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. Such a “soft stuff” measurement not only could be introduced as evidence to help decide litigation, it might also prevent it.
—George J. (“Jay”) Coleman, III, SALMON, LEWIS & WELDON, P.L.C.