Having used project management software quite a lot working with my team at my previous job, I can tell you on a personal level how important project management software is. For me, the most valuable thing about using project management software was streamlining communication which not only allowed more time for productivity but took the need for ghastly micro-management firmly out of the picture.
Whether you are a company or ministry, large or small, if you are dealing with teams and dealing with project management then some sort of software to help you is a must.
AceProject has everything you should need to manage your projects well within a team environment including; Project Tracking, Task Management, Calendars, Document Management, Timesheet Management, Expenses, Collaboration, Reporting, it’s got it all!
Available On The Go
AceProject have developed an awesome mobile version of their service which you can access from all mobile device browsers. This, for me, is a huge selling point as I have not seen that done well very often in project management software, but actually it is a feature that is quite rightfully very in demand. I doubt there are many people reading this who don’t use their mobile device in some way for their day to day work.
Flexible & Customizable
For one reason or another you may want to host your project management software on your own servers and have it run on your intranet. With AceProject that it totally possible by simply buying a license for the amount of users that you require.
AceProject’s dashboard is also completely customizable so that your brand image is reflected in the dashboard. Upload your logo and edit the colors to make the dashboard look as if it’s been yours all along!
Freemium Pricing Structure
If you are a small team of 5 or less then AceProject is free. From there upwards there are various competitively priced packages to suit teams of all sizes.
I think that with all of the features that are packed into AceProject it is a hugely attractive looking deal and something that I would definitely recommend trying out if you are a team looking to manage projects more effectively.