At the end of the week your project will evolve, and the plan will be out of date. What will you do?
Managing all of your personal and work-related tasks in one place can become a problem if your company uses non-integrated third-party trackers. Comindware Tasks for Outlook allows you to save time, effort and resources by minimizing the effort required to synchronize tasks between Microsoft® Outlook™ and Comindware products.
They say that everything has a story of its own; a kind of a legend made of thousands of tiny details, memories it carries around with it. And indeed any software product is not an exception, that’s why every bug tracking system based on our Comindware Tracker also has its own story to tell.
Embracing change is often difficult, especially if we talk about changing other people’s habits and environments. Getting your team to start using a centralized task management environment or changing the platform you use for that purpose may turn out to be a serious cultural and organizational challenge. This article will outline best practices for gearing up for this change and help your team make the transition to Comindware.
It’s always a great thing if you can use your own product to organize your everyday work. That is what we actually do at Comindware. We use Comindware Tracker to track product features in our Product Management department. More details on that below.
Articles abound, telling you how to get organized, get systematic, and get motivated. But they don’t really tell you why you should bother.
Project managers and department managers alike must take complete responsibility for the team’s collaboration results, which means they need real-time visibility into what’s happening, along with fairly tight control of the process.
One question our support team is often asked: is it possible to automate marketing campaigns in Comindware Tracker and track all the campaigns inside the current project?
Apple Inc., was advertising how Siri could let manager “Karen” know that she faced a full day of meetings: “Another busy day today, Karen!” the virtual personal assistant said in the print ad on the back cover Time Magazine’s April 16, 2012 issue.