Trilog and ProjExec featured in Michael Sampson’s IBM Connections Report

Michael Sampson has published a report on IBM Connections adoption and add-on products. In this report, he ranks Trilog Group the #2 ISV for IBM Connections, and ProjExec as the 4th most installed add-on product for IBM Connections. More evidence that Social Project Management is growing in importance and adoption. Check out the report here.

Welcome to the new Project Wall Blog!

Welcome! We’ve moved our Project Wall blog to the Trilog Group site! We’ve also rededicated ourselves to providing new and valuable content to the social project management community. Stay tuned for the latest updates on where IBM and Trilog Group are going with their partnership for Social Project Management, and also for our new “secret” […]

Portfolios are Personal

Think about your portfolios. Your portfolio of investments. Your portfolio of art. Your portfolio of achievements at work. These portfolios are personal. Where most enterprise project management applications fail is that they do not allow for the personal nature of portfolio management.

IBM Connect 2014 – See ProjExec 6 in Action!

If you’re heading to Orlando for IBM Connect 2014 (http://www-01.ibm.com/software/collaboration/events/connect/), stop by pedestal 222 and see ProjExec 6, and the new SocialGantt Chart component. With ProjExec 6, social project management becomes social program management. Combine any number of project schedules into a single SocialGantt. Then, socially collaborate on as many projects as you want, all […]

IBM Connections: The Market Leading Enterprise Social Platform

The news is out. IDC has announced that IBM Connections is yet again the #1 Social Media Platform, and its advantage is growing. We here at Trilog Group congratulate our partners at IBM for this excellent achievement, and we are proud to be a leading social business application provider for the IBM Connections platform. Read […]

The Problem of Engagement in Social Business

Constellation Research blogged earlier this month about the issues that folks are seeing with social media adoption. Of course, as constellation research says, “People” are at the heart of any technology adoption process. Let’s summarize the info that Constellation provides. First, Constellation argues that there are five leading barriers to adoption, 1) Poorly defined incentives, 2) Increase in […]

The Collapsing Universe of Social Business

Dion Hinchcliffe over at the Enterprise 2.0 blog asks “Will Social Software Startups ‘Collapse into the orbit’ of the big vendors?“. He shows just a small subset of the mergers and acquisitions in the space in the past few years, and the picture painted is one of significant consolidation in the social media playing field. […]