Using a project management tool, you can see exactly what needs to get done and when. Get quick status updates on tasks and milestones, see who’s working on what, and spot potential blockers before they become problems.
Help your project managers to collaborate cross-functionally. With a project management tool, you can maintain accountability, keep work moving across teams, and bring clients into the loop as and when you need to.
Save time and cut out tedious admin by using Teamwork’s automation features to simplify project planning and setup, and use custom project templates to ensure your team follows best practices every time. Reducing manual work helps your project managers hit the ground running with every project.
Teamwork’s robust task management capabilities mean you can break down your project plan to the most granular level. Assign tasks, add due dates, and allow your team to execute the project in the way that suits them best, using views like Task Lists, Board Views, or Gantt Charts.
Use Teamwork’s time tracking tools to get deeper insights into how your team’s time is being spent. Track your billable time for more accurate invoices and client estimates, and use the Time Budget to calculate remaining time on a project so you don’t go off track.
“With so much to choose from, the best part for me is the time tracking and connected billing. Add time, move into invoice for a seamless experience. They really thought of everything and have it covered.”
Teamwork’s capacity planning and resource management features help you to optimize everyone’s workloads for more efficient, productive teams. See who has capacity to take on more work, quickly assign new projects to the right people, and ensure no one is overburdened.
Teamwork has all of the reporting tools you need to get key project status updates, so you can get a quick view of how projects are tracking. Quickly view project health at a high level across multiple projects, and drill down to identify issues, unblock bottlenecks, and ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget.
“The reporting dashboards and filters also help you measure your own and teams success, progress on deliverables and create dashboards to prioritize work.”
When you get down to the nitty-gritty of tasks and milestones and all the features in a project, they just work and are easy to use.
Streamline your client collaboration process with Client Users
Using Teamwork’s innovative Client Users feature, you can bring clients into your project at no extra cost, so you can communicate with context, cut down on approval delays, and deliver better work.
Project management template
Use this ready-made project template to help you manage your team’s work and deliver on time.
Project tracker template
Swap spreadsheets for a more efficient, streamlined, user-friendly way of following your progress with a project tracker template.
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Hands down @teamwork owns this space. The level of detail and control you can have on project management is incredible. Now combine that with their CRM, and you got yourself an excellent PM suite 🤓🤓 I use it everyday and it’s perfect 👌🏽— Suganthan Mohanadasan (@Suganthanmn) April 9, 2020
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