Eileen O’Loughlin is a Senior Content Analyst at Software Advice. She joined the team in 2015, and primarily covers the Project Management and Construction software markets.
Her research focuses on how small businesses can best leverage the latest technology and trends, with topics ranging from when to choose collaboration tools over formal PM software, to the growth of hybrid agile over pure agile methods, to how small construction firms can best use drone technology.
Her work has been cited in various publications, including CIO.com, ProjectManagement.com, ProjectsAtWork and DevOps Digest. In 2017, she was a guest on the podcast, TechLeadersToday, and was a speaker at the Resource Planning Summit, hosted by PDWare.
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