GET THE MOST OUT OF PRONAMICS KNOWLEDGE BASE
Dull but important? How the uninteresting becomes incredible.
I’ve been arguing with my kids lately that boring things are important. And you know what? Writing these articles can be pretty dull too. I mean, seriously—how interesting is it writing about estimating software? NOT VERY, I can tell you.
But, let’s face it, estimating software enables incredible things. Dams, roads, airports and tunnels—let’s us get places faster. Schools, parks, hospitals and more—all of these things enhance our quality of life.
Still, I get bored. Week after week, churning out keyword content for SEO purposes so the bots can crawl our website and boost our ranking… I have no idea who actually reads this stuff?
So to keep myself sane I have to look for the funny, for the heart-warming, or sometimes simply the bland but important. Our software does amazing things. Our clients do amazing things.
And if you want to know more about how the amazing software works, we have a Knowledge Base! Many people are still surprised to learn this, so here’s the run down.
- There is an article on every feature in Expert Estimation and Expert Project.
- These articles are free to access and can be searched and bookmarked for later reference.
That’s pretty much it!
Still with me? Must be a quiet day.
Make yourself a cup of tea and read on to find out how to get the most out of the Pronamics’ Knowledge Base.
Save – bookmark knowledgebase.pronamics.com.au/
Search – keyword or phrase, ie. “cash flow”.
Scroll – find the article you want.
Scan – the drop-down menu is on the left-hand side navigation pane.
Save – keep articles as favourites.
View – your saved favourites live on the top right-hand side.
Print – use the icons on the right-hand side.
So give it a whirl – head to knowledgebase.pronamics.com.au and read/learn all about Expert Estimation, Expert Project and Cost to Complete.
Call 07 3481 9626 to find out more. We are available 24/7. And if you seriously made it to the end of this article please email email@example.com so I know my work isn’t in vain… otherwise I’ll just go back to writing my next time-travel adventure novel.