New online tool simplifies project management for smaller enterprises
Project management can be daunting, especially for smaller organizations with limited resources or lack of expertise to use complex tools.
Dallas-based project and professional services automation specialist Vorex is launching an updated version of its cloud-based platform which offers new and enhanced features that aim to help SMBs better manage and grow their businesses, while increasing profitability.
It's aimed particularly at businesses such as IT service providers and professional services firms. By streamlining day-to-day tasks, Vorex frees up business owners' and managers' time so they can focus on strategy and growing their businesses, rather than on logistics and operations. Key features of the new release include the ability to transfer billable time into Quickbooks, creating invoices that map to tracked time.
It also offers enhanced native CRM features to track accounts, service desk tickets, contacts and new revenue opportunities. This can happen within Vorex's native CRM system, or integrate directly with leading CRM systems. There's Outlook Calendar integration too so users can directly and easily schedule projects, tasks, to-dos and appointments, as well as allocate resources according to existing schedules.
Vorex can keep track of the team's individual skills, skill categories and education levels to better match the talents of employees to upcoming and existing projects. An online dashboard offers improved project insight through graphics, statistics and charts in a single location.
"Vorex is taking our business management solution to the next level by adding features that our customers and channel partners need to run business more efficiently, effectively and profitably," says Vorex CEO and Founder Mike Salem. "We are on a mission to create the perfect software that allows companies and IT service providers to run their businesses smarter".
For more information on how Vorex can help streamline project management you can visit the company's website.
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