Read. Respond. Repeat.
Before Rego's Action Item Responder (AIR), everyone had to log into CA PPM to reply to action items. Now users can approve and reject everything from email:
- change requests,
- budget plans,
- idea to project conversions,
- and more.
Join Paul Soper, LabCorp's IT Project Management Director, and Rob Greca, Rego's Agile and PPM Specialist, to hear about how Rego’s AIR (Action Item Responder) stole the show for stakeholders and managers.
Paul Soper is an acknowledged leader with 18+ years of experience managing teams and meeting organizational objectives. Paul's IT Project Planning Methodology enables IT project scoping, budget targeting, and resource capacity maximization. His expertise building and strengthening IT PMO capabilities, project/program management, and process improvement has been used to develop robust information technology plans with standard processes, tools, and methods.
As the IT PMO Director at LabCorp, Paul is responsible for Methodology, Resource Planning, and Project Financials. He's recently spearheaded CA PPM (Clarity) methodology changes to improve timesheet compliance, in support of labor capitalization and resource capacity planning. In his spare time, Paul enjoys spending time with his family, boating, fishing, and coaching his son’s youth hockey team.
Rob has extensive PPM consulting and industry experience where he has led or assisted leaders through various strategic and transformation initiatives at all scales. With more than fifteen years of experience, Rob has broad industry exposure spanning technology, financial services, retail, utilities, and pharmaceuticals. Rob specializes in large scale, enterprise-wide strategic transformations. In his spare time, Rob spends time with his wife, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and the kids he coaches in a club he founded: The Innovator’s Lab.