Keeping client work and client updates easy
Projects can be clearly defined by using our strategy boards. Great for brainstorming with your clients!
Built for non-engineers and engineers. Working with business dev & eng? Marketing? Friendly for all the brains.
A clear overview means clearer timelines. Set realistic goals and expectations with our gantt charts.
When you're managing client projects the right way, getting consistent results and showing regular progress -- your clients will love you.
Let your client reviews speak for themselves and get that word of mouth spreading like wild fire.
Our To Do boards now come with two new views: A table view and a list view for quick task adds and management. Use the table view as a backlog and the list view as a lighter overview on what should come next.
You can use this view to review the status of all your projects in one location. View all projects for a single client or view all projects across all clients.
We believe in leaning into how we naturally manage projects and not how the theorists say we have to manage projects. Start your projects with your goals and always keep them top of mind. The only thing we ask? Keep them S.M.A.R.T.
Make sure you're getting paid for the time going into the work and the time your team is spending with Start/Stop time tracking tools and timesheets -- viewable across all projects.
You can't create accurate proposals if you don't have a good handle on the work.
Use our Project Blueprints section to build out your project strategies and validate client ideas. Map out the purpose and value of the project by starting with the Project Value Canvas.
We've made project management easy -- combining the best practices of lean methodology, agile software development and design thinking. Now wrapped into a SaaS tool for the non-project manager.
No certifications required.
We've been part of the digital consultant crew as well -- we get it. Running a business doesn't have to be done alone. Be sure to connect with us and others in our active group threads on Discord and on Github.