BeMo – Project Intelligence and SharkPro Software Turbo Charge Microsoft Project Server 2010

Six months after the launch of Microsoft’s Project Professional and Server 2010, two new project management ventures have teamed up to turbo charge the global deployment of this game changing Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution.

Henderson, USA, Oct 25 2010 – Six months after the launch of Microsoft’s Project Professional and Server 2010, two new SaaS (Software as a Service) ventures have teamed up to turbo charge the global deployment of this game changing Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution. With over 20 million Microsoft Project 2007 users ready to step up to the fully integrated, cloud-based 2010 iteration, BeMo – Project Intelligence’s on-demand hosting solutions and SharkPro Software’s ready-to-use application could not have come at a more opportune time.

For the millions of users and businesses around the globe that rely daily on Microsoft’s Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solutions, there is a lot to be happy about with the 2010 release. Previous versions 2007 and 2003 were primarily run on internal servers and required substantial financial investment into infrastructure, licenses and support personnel to operate, whereas the 2010 version is web-based and can be accessed globally through the internet, dramatically increasing collaboration capabilities.

This is where companies like BeMo come in. They provide the entire, fully licensed Microsoft software suite, along with the server infrastructure, on a monthly subscription similar to website hosting companies such as Go Daddy.

This means anyone can go online, sign up with BeMo, and be up and running within 30 minutes without having to invest in hardware, licenses or IT support personnel. Instant access also means rapid deployment of project and portfolio management, which is a huge evolution in business processes.

Another critical development in the EPM platform is SharkPro Software’s preconfigured project and portfolio management solution, powered by Microsoft Project Server 2010, and hosted by BeMo.

Together BeMo and SharkPro represent the leading edge of Microsoft Project 2010 service providers, and are uniquely positioned to be on the forefront of the global migration from MS Project 2007.

“We are thrilled to partner with SharkPro Software,” said BeMo founder and president Bruno Lecoq. “This strategic partnership will allow us deliver the best ever Project Server 2010 user experience. On one hand customers can get Project Server 2010 hosted by BeMo, provisioned in 30 minutes, and on the other you have SharkPro Software’s ready-to-use templates and intuitive interface. This instant access makes Microsoft Project Server 2010 more appealing and accessible to a much broader audience. This integration of SharkPro and BeMo allows users to focus directly on managing their projects and not on their tools and IT infrastructure.”

“We love the fact we are able to provision SharkPro Software’s customers on BeMo in just minutes, including our international customers. With our rapid growth and expansion, we have absolute confidence that BeMo will be able to handle the capacity. The agility of the global talent they brought together on such short notice for our BETA customers was exceptional. We have found the people that work at BEMO truly care about their customers and partners which makes this relationship a win-win for all of our customers, said Sharkpro Software founder and CEO, Greg Bailey.”

As Microsoft Project Professional and Server 2010 are still in relatively early days, BeMo – Project Intelligence and SharkPro Software are putting individuals or companies of any size on the fast track to manage any and all of their projects online – quickly and easily.

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