You plan appointment, define tasks, manage resources and employ target-performance comparisons. In short: you are doing classic project management. Where do you notice progress in your project? In the appointment plan? Or do you look at all the contents, at the realized requirements, the closed tickets? How do you find this important information if it’s managed in separate tools? Project contents belong in projects. With in-STEP BLUE and CoreProcess you manage all project contents – so appointments, resources, effort, costs, roles, rights, templates, messages, documents, reports, ideas, workflows, change requests, requirements, etc – in one tool. That’s efficient. And then there are lots of useful templates for documents, for processes, for state space, for messages, for roles and rights and for recording all important project contents. That’s clever. That’s in-STEP BLUE.