The predominance of verbal approval of tasks
Lack of a digital project management system
Since adopting Easy Projects, Geis Hospitality has increased the number of projects they complete within specific timeframes. There has been a significant decrease in turnaround times and an increase in the number of projects and tasks completed.
Once the tasks became more visible to the staff, it became easier to match opportunities and prioritize work. Smart resource management allows finding the right people for the right job better.
Task time was a very important factor for Geis Hospitality. With the adoption of Easy Projects, the time frame is clearer and compliance is easier.
After evaluating a variety of different platforms and options, Geis Hospitality chose Easy Projects as their final choice. The platform was rolled out to 25 users most of which consisted of the sales and marketing team. The implementation and onboarding took between 4-6 weeks. The most heavily used feature is the custom forms which have ensured tasks get completed in a timely manner.
Marketing department was able to leverage Easy Projects to enhance its queueing process. By using custom forms to track work orders, the team has been able to increase project output and eliminate a lot of back and forth communication.
Geis Hospitality tried Easy Projects in action by opening their new restaurant using the project management system. Tracking milestones and managing key dates and dependencies allowed them to open successfully without delay.
Easy Projects was user-friendly and straightforward. There was minimal training required, and the price point was better than other project management platforms we compared. Moreover, it gave us the value and usability we were looking for.
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