With an outstanding 100 per cent end-user adoption rate, AwareBase solutions integrate with other Microsoft programs such as SharePoint and MS Office to enhance the client experience.
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Edmonton, Alberta (Vocus/PRWEB) February 03, 2011
A resident of the Edmonton Research Park is growing and making inroads in project management software by offering its clients business process consulting services and innovative solutions to manage project, product and asset data and information. With an outstanding 100 per cent end-user adoption rate, AwareBase solutions integrate with other Microsoft programs such as SharePoint and MS Office to enhance the client experience. In essence, their solutions manage and control customer data and information, improve collaboration and communication amongst project teams.
Doubling in size over the last three years, AwareBase outshines its competition by understanding the needs of its customers, supporting non-profit organizations, and developing software solutions to help clients improve their overall productivity. “Edmonton Research Park, provided us with the support and assistance needed to run our business by providing startups with subsidized rent and networking opportunities with other technology companies,” said Steven Gentles, president and CEO of AwareBase. “This helped us achieve tremendous success as an organization — supporting our business to get off the ground quickly and allowing us to graduate from the park.”
Among research companies in Edmonton, AwareBase has gained momentum in the technology sectors through enhanced technology practices. “We are extremely proud of the success of AwareBase. After only two years at the Edmonton Research Park, AwareBase graduated and has maintained a successful business,” said Candace Brinsmead, vice president of technology advancement at the Edmonton Research Park. “AwareBase has proven that early stage technology companies can grow with the assistance of a support network, introductions to investors and access to technology facilities and services.”
AwareBase customers are diverse and operate in many sectors, including aerospace and defence, professional services, government, and oil and gas. Regardless of sector, customers have the following in common: they manage large volumes of electronic files, execute their work using project management best practices, and operate in regulated environments. As such, AwareBase is poised for success in each unique industry.
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About Edmonton Research Park:
The Edmonton Research Park (ERP) houses dozens of research companies and is managed by Edmonton Economic Development Corporation (EEDC). The ERP is also a stakeholder in TEC Edmonton, a joint venture with the University of Alberta. Learn more about Edmonton through the stories of people who've experienced it at http://www.edmontonstories.ca
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