Professional Services Image by Gerd Altmann from PixabayEnterprise Times published an interview with Shanthi Rajan, founder and CEO of Linarc the Construction Project Management solution aiming to make an impact on the market. In a separate article, we cover the launch of Linarc and what makes it stand out from the competition.  FinancialForce released Summer 22, which included enhancements to its intelligent resourcing features for PSA.


Asana unveiled its latest improvements. They included an updated Google Drive integration that enabled comment notifications from Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides within Asana. The mobile App now includes a weekly focus to enable users to prioritize their work better. Other improvements include mobile push notifications and the ability to turn a task into a project. It is also possible to work directly from your activity feed with Connected Work Links, and the project limit in Portfolios has increased from 250 to 500.


Clovine announced a few updates to its PPM solution, including a new validation process, and a new page for successfully finishing account creation. There are also several bug fixes.

Function Point

Function Point has partnered with Happy Kidz Canada to support relief efforts in Honduras. It has donated all the laptops previously used by the staff and a cash amount to assist with building the kitchen for the community. Function Point urged other companies to donate their previously used hardware and any cash amount to children of Honduras via Happy Kidz Canada or any other charity that supports children in need.


Kantata released a new customer case study about how the Answer Company increased resource utilization by 11% after moving from Smartsheet to Kantata. The Kantata solution, integrated with Sage Intacct and Salesforce, has delivered

  • 120-day resource forecasting outlook
  • 218% average annual ROI with an integrated tech stack
  • Operational costs were Reduced by 50% with an integrated tech stack

George Lawton, CFO of The Answer Company, commented: “Kantata is easy to use and integrates with our CRM and ERP. Projects become visible early in the sales cycle and their impact on our resources can be anticipated. As soon as we close the sale, the customer is created, invoices generated and resources can start booking time almost immediately.”


The GTA Urban Division of Mattamy Homes Canada has chosen Procore as its construction management platform. After an extensive search and evaluation, Mattamy selected Procore as its construction management software. The modules they are using include Project Management, Financial Management and Tender Management products. In the future, it plans to incorporate BIM as it continues to digitize its processes.

Procore also appointed Steve Davis as president of product and technology. Davis will lead Procore’s product, design and engineering organizations in this role.


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