QuickArrow Participates in Forrester Analysis of Project-Based Solutions


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Austin, Texas – March 06, 2008 — QuickArrow, Inc., the leader in SaaS Services Automation, today announced its participation with Forrester Research, an independent technology and market research company, on their most recent analysis of project-based solutions. The 2008 Trends piece is the third document in the series, Enterprise Solutions For a Project-Based World.

According to the report, project-based professionals are focusing on initiatives that address compliance and efficiency. Forrester conducted conversations with 71 user companies and vendors of PBS technology. Those briefings found that this focus stems from mandates to address regulatory and compliance threats, optimize business process and quality, and improve profitability and operational efficiency.

The report further details the demand for solutions that deliver on integration and collaboration and provide new deployment options. Forrester believes that the low cost, easy to implement and deploy SaaS delivery platform makes an attractive licensing model, especially for small businesses in the services automation space.

QuickArrow COO, Kevin Bury, commented, “The days of managing the PSO on spreadsheets and disparate systems are over. Demand for Project Automation is exploding right now, not only in the enterprise space as is commonly believed, but also in the small business space as well. In fact, in 2007 alone, we saw an increase of almost 50% in our client base for organizations with 30 or fewer consultants.”

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