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Creating a business case for your project

  Creating a business case requires time, thought and effort. In simple terms, a business case provides justification for a specific project or programme. In a budget-conscious, results-oriented world, it is no longer enough to simply deliver what you promised. Now, you also need to be sure that what you propose justifies the investment of…

5 ways to streamline approvals and make contextually informed decisions
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5 ways to streamline approvals and make contextually informed decisions

Few things bring a project to a grinding, if temporary, halt quite as fast as a badly-managed approval process. Streamlining the approval process can keep a project flowing smoothly from one stage to the next. To do this, it is necessary to put systems in place that allow approvers to make fast, contextually informed decisions….

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How we can help you help your clients

Verto is widely used across both the private and public sectors. For example, our clients include Capita PLC, Northgate Vehicle Leasing, NHS and councils across the country. Many of our private sector clients also work with public sector organisations, helping them build shared services, deliver change and realize challenging efficiency savings. Even when several organisations…

21 Reasons Why You Should Use Verto for Your Project Management (as told to us by our clients)
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21 Reasons Why You Should Use Verto for Your Project Management (as told to us by our clients)

We’re lucky enough to have received some great testimonials from our clients over the years. And, like you, we listen to all the feedback we get and use it to help us continuously improve what we do. Here are 21 reasons you should use Verto as your project management software, taken from what our clients…

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