IRVINE, Calif., June 18, 2018 - ​Project Insight (PI®), project management software company based in Irvine, is pleased to announce their nomination for 2018 Business of the Year by the Greater Irvine Chamber. Nominees are recognized for their community service, volunteerism and best traditions of good corporate citizenship.

The Greater Irvine Chamber looks to promote the city of Irvine as a dynamic area for business. They advocate for the business community and represent the interests of more than 800 businesses in the area. Out of 7,000 chambers across the country, they are among only 206 to receive a Four-star Accreditation by the US Chamber of Commerce.

For over 15 years, Project Insight has been recognized as a leading project management solution for their continued innovation. PI leverages the power of AI through their patent-pending VirtualPM™ bots, which assists project managers with the way work is managed. PI is also at the forefront in introducing the concept of Work Where You're At™; offering out-of-the-box and customized integrations with software applications such as JIRA, QuickBooks, Salesforce, Outlook and more, improving project visibility and reducing the hassle of new software adoption within organizations.

PI is a hub for all things project and continues to help teams Work Better Together™ with their cutting-edge software, consulting services, and outstanding support team.

Award winners will be announced at the Greater Irvine Chamber's annual business award luncheon, Celebrate Irvine. PI is honored to be nominated for the category Business of the Year. Other categories include Entrepreneur of the Year, Nonprofit of the Year, Philanthropist of the Year and Young Professional of the Year.

Details about the event and other award nominees are found at

About the Greater Irvine Chamber
The Greater Irvine Chamber is one of the most influential chambers in Orange Country. The chamber aims to endorse the economic climate of the city. They provide professional development, networking opportunities, and support services for professionals interested in growing their careers and businesses. They work with federal, state, and local government and advocate the city's business community. For more information, visit
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