|Hierarchical Design - Projects are structured in a tree with arbitrary depth, and can be used to organise from businesses and business units down to the smallest sub tasks. These can be analysed at all levels against financial detail, time utilisation and other metrics.|
|Dynamic Scheduling - Projects are arranged according to priority, status and any time constraints. The diary is maintained dynamically to reflect the current situation, and alerts generated where constraints are, or will be broken.|
|Security Clearance - Individual entities such as projects, documents, locations or customer records can be protectively marked. Clearance levels define which markings can be seen, typically such things as company confidential, senior management or board level. Combined with project privacy settings which restrict to participant visibility only, this provides a very fine grained access control.|
|Collaboration - Projects can be assigned to groups or individuals, with team members at different levels of participation, e.g. Manager, Sponsor, Member, Observer. Project communication combined with built in document management provides an excellent platform for collaboration of geographically dispersed project teams.|
|Document Management - Documents under version control can be attached to project or customer records, ensuring information is easily accessible where it needs to be.|
|Skill Based Team Allocation - Team member selection can be based on skill set requirements, availability, locality, or a combination of factors.|
|Staff Communication - Messages can be scheduled for display on user home screens at system or locality level. Administrators with appropriate permissions can view which messages have been read and/or dismissed by individual users.|
|Risk Management - For projects where such controls are appropriate, formal mechanisms are available for both risk management and change management. These features require either a Professional or Enterprise level subscription.|
Mobile Friendly - The style of user interface and menu system can be
chosen according to browser type, and individual features turned on or off according to device
capability or preference. This allows the system to be tuned for current or future devices.
A set of examples are defined for common mobile platforms. A specific front-end application for
the Android™ platform is available for download on Google Play™.
Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
|Easy Access - The user home page gives easy access to all pending projects segregated by level of involment, whether that be management, sponsorship, membership or observation.|
|Workflow Control - Status maps allow project flows to be controlled, and project details such as hierarchy, ownership, priority to be adjusted.|
|Permissions - User permissions are role based, and can be arranged in a hierarchy for ease of maintenance. Levels can be defined that make it possible to allow access for contractors, suppliers or customers with appropriate levels of visibility.|
|Localization - Multiple localities and languages can be created, with appropriate timezone and presentation formats. The language literals can be redefined throughout so that terminology can be aligned to suit the business.|
|Lightweight User Interface - The interface is intentionally lightweight to increase performance on low power devices, and to reduce cost through minimal network overhead.|