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Orion is a project and resource management platform for IT

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Alexander Molodtsov, CEO of iFellow: "Orion is a platform that has allowed us and our clients to significantly increase the efficiency of IT team management, and as a result, reduce time to market and increase profits."

Orion is a project and resource management platform for IT.

The platform provides management tools and advanced analytics for project business, efficient allocation of work to teams. Since 2021, the product has entered the market, the first pool of customers has been formed - mainly commercial IT companies and captive IT companies.

Key features of the product:

1. Ready-made IT business management practices - projects and resources, business processes, performance metrics.

2. Visualized analysis tools with recommendations for the business.

3. Plan-fact analysis for directional decision making (sales, project implementation).

4. Flexibility and phased implementation - part of the functionality is available from the first week of deployment, customization for the specifics of the customer's processes is possible.

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