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Prosci® Unveils Interactive Change Management eBest Practices Report

Introducing the New Customizable, Cloud-Based Best Practices Report

LOVELAND, Colo., Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Prosci has taken the information from their benchmarking report, Best Practices in Change Management – 2014 Edition, and put it into an easy-to-search, easy-to-customize and easy-to-use tool within their new Prosci Portal, officially launched last month.

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When asked about the new eBest Practices tool and how it connects with change leaders, Prosci's marketing manager, Matt Kizzier, said, "We truly value people at Prosci and we eagerly engage with change practitioners and leaders for insight into how our tools and resources are performing out there in a growing global change management marketplace." This cloud-based tool, Kizzier says, was created due to a growing demand for easy-to-use and interactive tools based on Prosci's industry-leading research. The new tool is one of the first of a suite of tools created with this in mind.

"The introduction of the eBest Practices cloud-based benchmarking report is a fine example of how we fundamentally apply user feedback to our development process to ensure we deliver products that meet practitioner needs and requests," Kizzier continued. For Prosci, the eBest Practices signifies change management's move into a new era of always-available, always-searchable and easily-organized apps and tools.

About Prosci: Founded in 1994, Prosci is the world leader in change management products and benchmarking research. Prosci's tools and methodology—based on best practices research with over 3,400 organizations—are used by more than three quarters of Fortune 100 companies. The Prosci Methodology has become one of the most widely used approaches to managing the people side of change in business and government.

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