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About Daniel Bevort

CEO of ADEACA - Daniel founded ADEACA in 2007 to address the needs of project-driven organizations who were lacking a holistic solution for project and financial management. As one of the principal architects behind Microsoft Dynamics AX, Daniel was in a unique position to recognize the best way to fulfill this need was inside the ERP. ADEACA was born. Prior to founding ADEACA, Daniel was a principal architect and product director of Axapta at Damgaard Data, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2002 and later became Dynamics AX and now called Microsoft Dynamics 365 Operations. His experience at Damgaard equipped him with the skills to create user-centric software, an art form not practiced by the large, generic ERP companies.

One Source of Truth is Key to Effective Stakeholder Communication

By |2020-07-28T12:22:31-04:00July 28th, 2020|Categories: Project Financials and Accounting, Project Insight and Analytics, Project Operations and Management|Tags: , , |

The lack of communication, or poor communication, is a major reason why projects fail across the board. We’ve all heard this before. Sure, you can set up your status reports and meetings, and make sure everyone is involved; however, ultimately the responsibility is put on the project manager or project director to communicate all these things [...]

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The Stagnation Problem of Project-Based Business

By |2020-09-21T10:11:25-04:00July 20th, 2020|Categories: Project Financials and Accounting, Project Insight and Analytics, Project Operations and Management, Strategy|Tags: , |

Project-based industries have remained stagnant or even declined in productivity over the last 30 years. On the other hand, traditional industries such as retail and manufacturing continue to increase productivity and succeed. Why? Of course, we can start to list any number of supposed reasons, starting from poor project business management to the lack of technological [...]

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Project Businesses: Stop Accepting the Status Quo

By |2020-09-21T10:14:17-04:00July 13th, 2020|Categories: Project Financials and Accounting, Project Insight and Analytics, Project Operations and Management|Tags: , |

Any type of business can manage projects, but it doesn’t necessarily make you a Project Business. Many companies may conduct internal capital projects to improve efficiencies or create something new, but it’s not their bread and butter. For project-based companies, or Project Businesses, delivering projects is how they directly serve their customers, and essentially, how they [...]

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Shift from Living in the Project’s Past to Predicting its Future

By |2020-07-15T11:00:14-04:00July 6th, 2020|Categories: Project Insight and Analytics|Tags: , , , , |

This article is part of a series of blogs on Artificial Intelligence in Project Business. See the rest of the articles in the series at the end of this blog. While many industries are starting to embrace the benefits of AI, project-based companies, or Project Businesses, are still struggling to make that transition from living in [...]

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