the lengthy review process wasn't the only thing bad for her health
When you need a change...
PleaseTech Ltd is taking a humorous view on events and stories that appear in the world media. We believe when
the right document review tool is used, it can make all the difference.
it was proving to be a long team meeting...
There was a clear divide in which direction the script should go...
Monopoly or FIFA, you still need to review the rules of the game.
the old way isn't always the right way...
After a comprehensive review, a new direction was decided upon.
when you need to review documents across time zones quickly
Using the right technology for the job makes even the most complicated tasks straightforward.
all in a day's work for the health & safety team...
A most unexpected policy review.
time to make changes to his review process?
Whilst everyone else's relationship with technology went from strength to strength, poor dad was stuck doing things the old fashioned way.
taking the stress out of document review
Ending a legacy of mistrust between the US and Cuba, Obama and Castro demonstrate a thaw in relations.
email chaos preventing you from getting on with an important job?
Time for a New Year's resolution.
thankfully, there is a better way
Document review. There's no need to make a meal of it.
Well, not to their marketing team, that's for sure.
there had to be an easier way to review the party etiquette
George's party wasn't the only thing giving Wills and Kate a headache...
Before setting off, someone should have done a better job reviewing the itinerary.
if only there was extra time...
With the build so far behind, Rio's World Cup planners need more than a referee to sort out their problems...
all eyes were on the Royal wardrobe...
A tiny detail was overlooked when reviewing the Royal itinerary...
whether rain or snow, don't let the weather get the better of you
With a tight deadline to meet, you can stay connected on a review even when normal methods of communication are a wash out.
PleaseReview makes it possible to collaborate on a document whatever mother nature throws at you.
So here it is Merry Christmas, but not everybody's having fun...
happy Thanksgiving from us all at PleaseTech
Don't let poor review processes 'gobble' you up...
stuck in the office while others are having fun - what a nightmare
Poor Mrs Jenkins. Working late to meet a review deadline. If only she could work on it no matter where, she'd be able to meet both the dead and the deadline.
the US Government shutdown isn't bad news for everybody
Collaboration is the buzz word everywhere except apparently at the very top, and all, bar the bears, feel the repercussions.
celebrating 50 years of the cassette tape
He was on the right path choosing technology to facilitate diplomatic talks...
the 'apple' of Microsoft's eye?
A new form of inflight entertainment? Happy holidays!
Now you can review documents on your tablet even when offline, so there's no excuse for getting bored at the beach.
Never one to miss out on the action...
obviously not everyone was present when they reviewed the rules…
Reflections on Wimbledon 2013
it was ‘spy’ time they finished reviewing the document
A perfect opportunity to plan his next move as Snowden takes advantage of the bureaucratic delays.
climbing Mount Everest isn’t quite the slog it was 60 years ago
If only everything was this effortless. Unfortunately, making it easier to collaborate on the trip report didn’t make their legs ache any less.
is someone about to get the boot?
The real reason for the announcement's delay.
some bright spark got it wrong
Boeing will shortly be flying high again with its newly designed battery. A shame the flaw wasn't spotted earlier.
no happy bunnies this year...
Oh dear...too many budget revisions. If only they'd had one working document, this would never have happened.
what really happened behind closed doors...
At least the delay meant Pope Francis had time to get a refund on his plane ticket back to Buenos Aires.
The EU debates new product labelling but, without the right technology, the capture and review of information
from numerous meat suppliers across different countries for multiple product lines proves a dauntingly expensive task.
Perhaps this is the untold story? It doesn't need a miracle to clear his desk, just the right technology.
Was this a test of Iran's missile launching capabilities, or the result of having to just make do?
thanks to Oprah, the truth is out - at last
Reviewing so many and such huge documents without the right technology to help is enough to make anyone cry.
oh dear, maybe not a merry Christmas for everybody
From all of us at PleaseTech, we wish you a wonderful festive season.
the Leveson Report is published with a couple of glaring omissions
Whilst mulling it over, Lord Justice Leveson makes a good point. Enough said!
happy thanksgiving...and happy shopping!
Whoops. Sometimes the attention is in the detail.
(Black Friday is the name given to the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States. This is traditionally the beginning of the Christmas shopping season with many retailers opening early and offering sales promotions).
When working on complex or multiple documents with a team, remote mobile access makes sense,
especially when you can't (or don't want to) always be in the office.
Getting the ‘best document ever’ takes time and commitment. Without an efficient review process you may well miss your deadlines!
Losing information during a complex review can have far reaching consequences: for some - very far, very high, very fast ones.
If ESPN's Gene Wojciechowski's article had been reviewed properly, he might not have ended up eating humble pie.
With a better review process maybe Mitt would have hit a home run, rather than a strike.
congratulations to the winning Paralympians
The right technology in the right hands makes all the difference - just like using PleaseReview.
playing safe, or plain stupid?
We can't be sure, but if their design specs had been reviewed before the delivery deadline, the phone may not have ended up
orange and blue and oddly shaped. But then again, it may have been rectangular with rounded corners...
Another winning example of how team collaboration leads to success.
if only they had considered the consequences...
With PleaseReview's collaborative document review you can involve more people in a review and discuss all the consequences of a change.
things aren't going entirely to plan at the Olympics
Managing different versions of a review can have a devastating effect. With PleaseReview there is only ever one copy of the document.
missing off a few zeros is having dire repercussions
As debate continues over the recruitment of enough security staff for the Olympic Games, the reason for the shortfall is becoming abundantly clear.
a July 4th fireworks extravaganza that's gone off with a ... fizzle
Mistakes like this can easily be avoided. Using PleaseReview ensures that everyone’s comments are picked up, and typos caught, before it’s too late!
in the White House, something's a definite shade of gray
You can't trust everyone and you certainly can't trust traditional methods when reviewing confidential documents. PleaseReview
ensures everything is reviewed in a secure environment - no leaks.
creating waves during the Queen's diamond jubilee celebrations
Review metrics ensure that everyone can be held accountable for changes made to the document… with PleaseReview, everything is kept above board.
for some, money seems to be no object
After such a loss, they should consider using PleaseReview to make some significant savings...how about starting with the compliance department?
avoid making the same mistake twice
Have you ever wished your document review had been more thorough? PleaseReview allows you to track every single comment and change made on the review, ensuring nothing gets missed.
will it be another 7 years and 6 more children before the wedding?
We can't always afford to wait for everyone to comment on the document - one by one. With PleaseReview, we wouldn't have to.
the importance of collaboration
To get the message just right, you need to successfully manage contributions from multiple sources.
With PleaseReview, you can.
a sad day for Encyclopaedia Britannica
Reviewing multiple issues of multiple documents, however huge, doesn't have to lead to this - if only they had discovered PleaseReview.
awash with paperwork and drowning in emails?
It doesn't have to be like this, especially when a reputation is at stake. With the right review process, it's plain sailing.
at least one difficult situation Greece could have avoided
Reviewing large, complex documentation can lead to total chaos and frustration. If only they had PleaseReview.
it's all about enhancing the user experience!
Without the right tool for the job reviewing multiple documents is no easy task– that’s why some of the world’s largest companies use PleaseReview.
sometimes it's too late to rectify a mistake
As the Golden Globe is presented it becomes apparent that the script review process failed.
preparation is everything
Republican nominees gather for their latest televised debate - a shame not everyone had their notes reviewed and ready!
They would have done well to review their songsheet first!
Merry Christmas from PleaseTech
demonstrators demonstrating diction disaster
As Occupy Wall Street protesters hurried to block US ports, it became apparent they had been a little hasty in their preparations.
a eurozone treaty fallout
If only David and Nick had collaborated on their response to the eurozone treaty before going public, all this could have been avoided!
another reason for the democratic deficit?
As European leaders met to discuss creating closer ties between Eurozone economies, it soon became clear that the
nightmare of document review could have an adverse effect on the ideals of democracy.
If only Horace had used PleaseReview to collaborate with his mates!
deadline looming- not the time for a chaotic, uncontrolled process
Reviewing and agreeing multiple copies of contracts is not something even a top sportsman can do easily...without the right tools.
recriminations in New Zealand
England miss out on their Rugby World Cup dreams