Comindware, a provider of online work management software, has recently added various cloud functionalities to its flagship product, Comindware Tracker.
Comindware Tracker is collaborative work management software designed to enable team task tracking, project execution, and daily workflow automation, with solutions for IT help desks, software development, human resources, finance and administration among others. The software provides real-time visibility while solving e-mail and document management problems.
Further, the Software-as-a-Service offering can be run in Comindware Cloud powered by Amazon, so users can now access their business project data from anywhere without worrying about the availability of hardware and associated software.
The addition of cloud management functionality brings multiple capabilities to the work management software. Users can just open a Web browser, login to Comindware Tracker and start working, with all of their tasks in a single place, so they can be assured that the right person is working on the right thing at the right time. Alternatively, customers can also choose an on-premises software license installed in the organization’s private cloud. However, both delivery options include all functionalities of the work management software, including mobile access.
“Organizations find that they can’t work effectively in their teams because work is scattered across email, spreadsheets, and notes, which quite often results in a project failure,” said Max Tsypliaev, founder, president and chief executive officer for Comindware, in a statement. “From project leads to CEOs, managers struggle to get real-time visibility and effective control of their co-minded work.”
With the addition of its cloud management features, the software now includes a robust Web services-based API to simplify integrations between Comindware and other systems related to work management, such as CRM, ERP and EAM, project planning tools, and more. The most frequently used systems that are integrated with Comindware products include SalesForce CRM, Survey Gizmo, Sugar CRM, Oracle and Microsoft (News - Alert) Dynamics.
Edited by Jamie Epstein