Portland, OR, August 20, 2013 — Creative Performance Inc. (CPI), a national leader in financial and operational consulting for the marketing services industry, has been engaged by The GNU Group to conduct a comprehensive audit of their Workamajig instance.

“We are excited to work with GNU,” states Vanessa Edwards, President of CPI.  “In the coming weeks, we will work closely with senior management to provide them with detailed recommendations on how to fully leverage their investment in Workamajig, increase adoption rates and leverage information from their system to make data-driven decisions.”

Workamajig® is the most powerful and innovative project management software for marketing and ad agencies, design firms, in-house creative departments and everyone else in the creative industry.

About Creative Performance

Creative Performance Inc. is a niche consulting firm for the Marketing Services industry.  They specialize in measurably improving their client’s throughput, resourcing, realization rates, utilization rates and project profitability, while protecting creativity.  The CPI management team consists of former agency owners, focused exclusively on empowering agency principals to achieve their business and cultural goals.  CPI brings a balanced approach that emphasizes harmony between People, Process and Technology.  Clients include small, mid-market and enterprise organizations across North America. CPI is an Oracle Agile PLM Gold Partner and Workamajig® Expert Partner, tackling their most complex and sophisticated clients, including their largest enterprise deployment: a 1,300 person, 22-office agency.


About The GNU Group

Located in Lafayette, CA, The GNU Group (GNU) is an environmental design agency that specializes in identification features, sign systems, merchandising displays, identity, and integrated marketing programs.  Their solutions for the real estate industry are grouped into three broad categories, which include environmental graphics, architectural sign programs and marketing communications.  GNU enjoys clients that include Kaiser, Barclays, Cadence, Oracle, LAX, JFK and Stanford, among others.