Online Projectplace Planner in Beta Test

September 8, 2009 at 1:28 am Leave a comment

Swedish online project management provider Projectplace is launching a Web-based planning tool called Projectplace Planner. With a user-friendly interface and drag-and-drop function, Projectplace Planner is easier to use than MS Project and faster than Excel, according to the company. The Beta version of Projectplace Planner is available for free prior to the full product launch later this Fall.

            Projectplace Planner is the first online collaborative planning tool of its type, designed to make life easier for all who manage projects. Projectplace Planner replaces complicated and confusing tools with clear, easy-to-use project planning.

            “We know that the most important ingredient for a successful project is effective communication between the people involved. That’s the reason why we designed Projectplace Planner as an interactive, online communications tool,” said Mattias Hallstrom, Projectplace International founder and head of development.

            Projectplace Planner allows users to quickly create clear planning structures that are easily communicated and shared on the Web. Recipients receive a link to a plan and are able to comment and make changes directly in their web browser. The platform is designed for a wide variety of project types and businesses.

            “We are launching a Beta version to gather feedback from our customers and other potential users of Projectplace Planner. Engaging in a dialogue with our customers is a crucial element of our strategy,” said Hallstrom.

            The Beta version of Projectplace Planner was launched on Sept. 7 and is now available for testing free of charge. Later in the autumn the platform will be released as a feature of the new Personal Edition, which also offers document management functions within a personal workspace on the Web.


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