New Online Collaborative Software Breaks Integration Barrier for Total Project Management


New Online Collaborative Software Breaks Integration Barrier for Total Project Management

San Francisco, CA, November 24, 2011 –(PR.com)– When the software development team at CollectiveSoft announced that project managers can now take advantage of the time-saving features of Google Cloud Connect from within TeamWork Live, PM’s everywhere felt relief from the constant toggle between their PM tools and Google documents. When they added Microsoft Project integration, they may have set a new precedent for how collaboration software is supposed to work.

The product is the company’s flagship project management and collaboration tool, built and launched officially in 2006. In 2011, TeamWork Live was further enhanced to allow those migrating from other platforms, such as Basecamp, a one-click import solution, reducing downtime during the switch over to the new platform.

“Our goal is to create simple tools that allow people to collaborate more effectively online,” said Tuyen Truong, Founder and CEO. “We really feel our solution offers the most robust suite of collaboration and time-tracking tools available.”

TeamWork Live includes many of the tools one might expect to find and several other bonus features that might surprise even the most savvy project manager. Some of these features include: advanced reporting, branding (add your logo), folders, calendar, milestones, tasks, documents, comments, time-tracking, budgeting, retainers, messages, group chat, contacts, productivity tools, permissions, and integration with email, Google Docs, Microsoft Project, and more.

The solution is currently available with a 30-day free trial or a 14-day no-credit card required trial, with plans starting as low as $39 per month with all the features mentioned above.

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