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Josphine Beecham

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Hi!  My boss is thinking of improving our ways in terms of processing stuffs.  Any suggestions on how we could make the best change in management without difficulty?  Please help!


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Could you be a little more specific?  This may not be the best forum for that sort of advice, but could you be more specific in terms of your goals?
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may i ask what you mean by processing stuffs? change in managing what? please give more details
Josphine Beecham

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I am referring and looking for a change management software that can reduce the costs of change management, track the change process and manage changes easily. I already have this option but still looking for a better one if you have any. Ty
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At work we are currently using Mercurial as a repository, with Tortoise Hg as the interface. I find it quite easy to work with. It merges well with Visual Studio, allowing you to check in and out code while editing, and go back and compare your changes to previous check ins.

Before we began using Mercurial, we basically used RCS on a Unix system. It was old and clunky, but it does the job well, and we still use it on some of the projects we haven't migrated to Mercurial yet.

We discussed another change management software when deciding on Mercurial, but I don't remember what it was called. We felt Mercurial was the best choice in our case.
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You can try Unipoint's versatile and user configurable change management software (https://www.unipointsoftware.com/products/software/core-modules/requests/). You can create, submit and monitor each module from Unipoint. It has a lot of advantages and features when you compare with other software in the market.
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You can try Unipoint's versatile and user configurable change management software (https://www.unipointsoftware.com/products/software/core-modules/requests/). You can create, submit and monitor each module from Unipoint. It has a lot of advantages and features when you compare with other software in the market.


Seems promising, but how about the cost?
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