InLoox, a project management software supplier, has introduced a new version of its online project software.
Officials with InLoox said that InLoox PM 7 Web App offers many new features for the planning, management and documentation of projects and for the exchange of information between team members.
According to company officials, InLoox PM Web App enables project teams to connect over the Internet and work on projects together, even on the go.
Company officials pointed out that the project software is completely web-based and does not require a software installation. InLoox PM Web App has been significantly improved and includes a variety of new features.
Moreover, company officials said that the new ribbon-based user interface allows the user to complete tasks quickly and efficiently. Features and commands can be found easily and simplified dialogues offer an even greater ease of use.
The new version also includes backward scheduling to develop project plans based on the desired due date.
“Our customers’ flexibility and their freedom to choose are very important to us. Whether the users want to manage their projects via web browser, in the familiar user interface of Microsoft (News - Alert) Outlook or in both environments, whether they want to use the software in the classic licensing model or via the project platform InLoox now! as an SaaS (News - Alert) solution in the Cloud – they can select the usage model that is most suitable for their IT infrastructure, their budget and their working methods,” said Andreas Tremel, founder and CEO, InLoox, in a statement.
“Especially working in virtual teams and the integration of external professionals becomes a lot easier with our flexible product range,” said Tremel.
Earlier in September, InLoox extended its product portfolio, offering customers even more flexibility and options to choose from. With InLoox now!, the well-proven features of the InLoox PM software for modern and efficient project management are made available as an SaaS solution in the cloud.
Edited by Brooke Neuman