Simply Sustainable signs up to CMAP’s Consulting Edition to ensure greater business efficiency
As part of the company’s ongoing and long term commitment to identify where and how it can improve efficiencies in its CSR sustainability project delivery, Simply Sustainable is pleased to announce that it is now using cloud-based PSA solution CMAP Software for the management of the full cycle of all its consultancy projects.
From winning the project to delivering activities on-time and on-budget, through to billing and completion, CMAP’s Consulting Edition seamlessly connects CRM, job costing, resourcing, timesheets, project accounting, and project reporting.
Notable technical advantages
One of the stand-out features of the CMAP platform is its intuitive business intelligence tool, which enables management teams to create interactive, personalised reports and monitor them via PC or mobile. CMAP also supports delivery teams by giving staff the flexibility to manage their timesheets, expenses, & CRM activities online via PC or mobile. Beyond that, CMAP’s resourcing functionality enables companies to make sure staff are being optimally utilized, as well as assisting in capacity planning.
As Nicola Stopps, CEO, Simply Sustainable explains, “To date, and like so many other businesses, we had previously used spreadsheets to manage the majority of our business operations. However CMAP gives an integrated approach to job costing, resourcing, time and expense management and reporting which is hugely beneficial, enabling us to gain deeper business insights whilst also freeing up our staff members’ time to focus on their key activities and areas of expertise. In short, this means we can position the right people on the right projects based on their skills and experience – and this is what clients want to have from us as their chosen consultancy.”
Nicola continues, “With it, our experts can focus on what really matters. As we are in an exciting period of growth, the CMAP has a level of functionality to help drive our plans forward.”