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How Grýla and the Yule Lads plan and schedule Christmas with Tempo for JIRA

Grýla has found herself, too often, behind schedule and over budget every Christmas. Not this year though. She decided to use Tempo for JIRA to be more organized and help her sons work smarter, visualize all resources better and tasks, stay on budget with all the gifts, manage the whole team of Yule Lads centrally, and report on time spent on tasks.

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How Darth Vader Could Have Put the Death Star Project Back on Schedule

Let’s travel for a moment into our imaginations and pretend that Darth Vader hired Tempo Timesheets, Tempo Planner, and Tempo Folio together with JIRA to manage the rebuild of the Death Star so that the Empire has an overview of how much time it takes to do the work, plan it out efficiently, and get real-time information about how much it costs to develop things along the lines of a huge laser to destroy planets.

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How Tempo Achieves Scalable Team Budget Management with Tempo Folio and Tempo Timesheets

An executive needs a high level overview of what’s going on throughout their organization and to be able to easily identify trends in order to make strategic decisions. That kind of insight is only obtainable, however, if all of the users within the organization are obtaining good and meaningful data.

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Track Your Organizational Value with Tempo Accounts

Tempo Accounts provides a convenient way to analyze and capture high-level information of all work performed across your business. Whether your business is interested in tracking work efforts for customer billing, accounting, payroll, or for budgeting and forecasting, Tempo Accounts enhances your ability to manage your progress and priorities and keep your business initiatives in sync, driving long-term value and success.

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Connecting Distributed Agile Teams: Superhuman Results Regardless of Where You Sit

Establishing and managing distributed teams is a complex challenge, but one that can be tackled if these challenges are addressed with due care. Cultural differences, time zone variations, and lack of face-to-face time contribute to the intricate nature of this model. In addition, some companies focus too much on cost-cutting objectives. To successfully manage distributed teams, it’s important to focus on people, processes, and communications.

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Preventing Data Silos Among Your Teams with Project Tools That Scale

Segmented, interspersed silos of data manifest where project teams across a business work independently—and even when team members within the same teams work independently as well, not sharing data that would be useful for the whole team working on a project. Project managers and senior management who witness this happening and still expect consistent project results may be in for a shock.

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