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10 Signs Your Project Management is Going to be the Death of Your Project

Posted by Raquel Galan on May 22, 2015

You look down at your watch. It’s two hours before a crucial deadline in your project. People are running around frantically trying to find information, resources, assets and other project related materials. Nobody's quite sure when the last project update was made, but they’re pretty sure they updated something “a while ago”. Your pulse increases, along with your splitting headache. This isn’t what you signed up for. This isn’t what you wanted. There has to be a better way.


Topics: Capability Maturity Model Integration, CMMI, PM Software, Raspian, Software Project Managers, Uncategorized

What to do With Your E-Waste

Posted by Raquel Galan on April 22, 2015

What To Do With Your E-Waste

Riptide Software exercises environmental friendly procedures for all our computers, networking hardware, printers, and other devices that are at end of life.   These devices all have one major thing in common: eventually they will either break or become replaced. That fact leaves us with one major question, “What do we do with the old stuff?”


Topics: Managed Services, Raspian, Uncategorized

No WBS? All hope is lost. Save the WBS!

Posted by Marketing on April 20, 2015

The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is defined by the PMBOK as “a deliverable-oriented hierarchical decomposition of the work to be executed by the project team to accomplish the project objectives and created the required deliverables.”


Topics: Raspian, Uncategorized

Improving Our Design Workflow with Pencil by Fiftythree

Posted by Marketing on February 5, 2015

Pencil by Fiftythree began as my personal, at-home sketch tool, but recently transformed into a great asset for my design workflow here at Riptide Software. As a graphic designer I often catch myself taking arduous steps to brainstorm during a design meeting. I end the meeting with a chicken-scratched notepad and a phone full of blurry whiteboard images (I’m sure we’ve all been there).


Topics: Uncategorized

Solutions with Invision

Posted by Marketing on January 6, 2015

The design team at Riptide Software faced a problem. Our company had outgrown its design sharing system and required a better way to store our data. We started out sharing our designs on a single server. This server was inaccessible remotely and created numerous roadblocks for our team. Riptide needed a solution that offered our designers the capability to prototype ideas and share them with both internal and external audiences.


Topics: Uncategorized

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