Software Tools We Use

Each engagement is unique, and the tools that we leverage to complete the task vary. Over the years, we have found the value in reusing a number of the below. This partial list is by no means exhaustive. Your mileage may vary. This is not an all inclusive list of the software packages we have used professionally, nor is it an implicit enforcement of the products.

Please feel free to share tools you have used and find value!

Business Intelligence

  1. Microsoft BI
  2. Tableau

CAD

  1. Autodesk AutoCAD 2000 – 2016
  2. Autodesk Inventor
  3. Blender
  4. Eagle Point
  5. FreeCAD (Linux)
  6. LibreCAD
  7. Qcad (Linux)

Compression

  1. 7-Zip
  2. RAR
  3. WinZip
  4. WinRAR

CRM

  1. Microsoft Dynamics
  2. SuiteCRM
  3. Salesforce
  4. Zoho CRM

Diagram, Flowchart & Mind-Mapping

  1. Dia
  2. MS Visio
  3. SmartDraw

ERM/ EPM

  1. NetSuite
  2. PeopleSoft

GIS

  1. ArcGIS

Graphic Design / Multi-media

  1. Adobe Photoshop
  2. Acrobat Adobe Pro
  3. Adobe Illustrator
  4. CorelDRAW
  5. Gimp
  6. Inkscape
  7. Microsoft Publisher
  8. PDFTK Builder
  9. Windows Movie Maker

Helpdesk / IT Asset Management

  1. BMC Remedy
  2. Leverage – Cisco Smart Net
  3. Leverage – Carrier Database

HTML / Web

  1. Adobe Dreamweaver
  2. Notepad ++
  3. SharePoint

Messaging

  1. Pidgin
  2. Lync/ Skype

Networking

  1. PUTTY
  2. SoftPerfect Network Scanner
  3. Lansweeper
  4. Riverbed SteelCentral
  5. SolarWinds Orion Platform
  6. SolarWinds Engineering Toolkit

Office

  1. Access,
  2. Excel,
  3. Outlook,
  4. OneNote,
  5. PowerPoint,
  6. Word

Project Management

  1. MS Project

Screencast

  1. CamStudio
  2. Camtasia Studio
  3. PicPick
  4. SnagIt

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