Introduction to Project Business Automation
The first step in your journey to PBA is to understand what PBA is and how it can benefit your company.
Acquiring and deploying an enterprise-wide business system can be daunting. Our streamlined and straightforward onboarding approach takes the complexity out of the process. The goal of Step 1 is to ensure that PBA is a good fit for your business and determine that you would like to move on to a more thorough evaluation.
1. Do Your Research
Most Project Businesses are not even aware that a solution like Project Business Automation exists. Therefore, it is important that you familiarize yourself with PBA and gain a general understanding if it will benefit your company.
Are you a Project Business?
Are you in construction, engineering, ETO manufacturing or professional services? PBA may be a good fit.
The Case for PBA
Download the Project Business Automation Blueprint to get a thorough definition of PBA as a category of business systems and why it makes sense for project-based companies.
2. Formal Introduction to Adeaca and Project Business Automation
Set up an introductory call to learn more about Adeaca and Project Business Automation, covering these four areas:
Learn about Adeaca and our mission to make enterprise software work for project business.
Learn about PBA and why it has the power to transform the way you run your company.
Tell us about your business so we both understand PBA’s fit for your company.
If high-level introductions point to a good fit, set up PBA Solution Overview.
4. Validate Initial Fit
Is PBA a good fit for your business? Are you ready for the PBA transformation? If so, you are ready for Step 2 in the journey to PBA.