MY BEST TECH: Grace Chu
Wednesday, May 16, 2012/
Grace Chu is the founder of FirstClick Marketing, an SEO and digital marketing business based in both Sydney and Melbourne, turning over $17 million every year.
Chu is at the head of a big and busy company, so it’s only natural her best piece of technology is a software program that allows staff to get things done faster and more efficiently.
“My favourite piece of tech is called At Task. It’s a project management system, and we rolled it out recently across our entire company. It’s fantastic.”
“Previously, we had a system where we would use an offshore piece of software that we partly made ourselves, but we’re scaling up and this is much more friendly to use.”
“This helps staff share work, resources, and so on. So we rolled it out, and it’s been great.”
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