von Planview

4.5 / 5 34 Bewertungen

Wer nutzt diese Software?

Teams aller Größen und in vielen Arten von Organisationen verwenden Projectplace - anstelle von E-Mails, Tabellen und Sitzungen - um zusammen zu arbeiten, zu planen, zu verwalten und den Fortschritt der Aufgaben und Projekte zu visualisieren.

Durchschnittliche Bewertung

34 Bewertungen
  • Gesamt 4.5 / 5
  • Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
  • Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
  • Funktionen 4 / 5
  • Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4 / 5


  • Startpreis $29/Monat
  • Kostenlose Version Nein
  • Kostenlose Testversion Ja
  • Einsatz Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Mobile - iOS Native
    Mobile - Android Native
  • Training Persönlich
    Live Online
  • Kundenbetreuung Support währen der Geschäftszeiten

Angaben zum Hersteller

  • Planview
  • Gegründet 1998

Über Projectplace

Projectplace ist eine Online-Projektmanagement- und Zusammenarbeits-Lösung, die es Teams einfach macht, den Fortschritt ihrer Arbeit zu verwalten und zu verfolgen. Egal, ob sich Dein Team in Deiner Nähe oder auf der ganzen Welt verteilt befindet, Projectplace bietet Dir alles, was Du brauchst, um Projekte zu planen, Aufgaben zu managen, visuell Fortschritte zu verfolgen und Ziele zu erreichen. Die Funktionen umfassen integrierte Kanban-Boards und Gantt-Diagramme, kollaboratives Dokumentenmanagement, Aufgaben- und Arbeitspensum Management, Kommunikations-Tools und vieles mehr.

Projectplace Funktionen

  • Agile Methodiken
  • Anpassbare Vorlagen
  • Budgetmanagement
  • Gantt-Diagramme
  • Ideenmanagement
  • Kanban-Tafel
  • Kundenportal
  • Meilensteinverfolgung
  • Portfoliomanagement
  • Ressourcenmanagement
  • Traditionelle Methodiken
  • Verfolgung der Kosten bis zur Fertigstellung
  • Zeit & Kosten Verfolgung

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Blog Management with ProjectPlace

Mit Google übersetzen Bewertet am 26.4.2016
Style C.
Verwendete die Software für: Kostenlose Testversion
Quelle des Nutzers 
Quelle: GetApp
5 / 5
Eigenschaften & Funktionalitäten
5 / 5
5 / 5

Kommentare: If you want a lively, successful blog, it is likely that sooner or later you will have to take on a team. Writing articles, scheduling, taking photographs – it is a lot of work and your strengths may not play to all of those points. Figure out who you want your team to be. Do you want to take on staff? Do you want to work with friends? Either way, you are going to need a way to collaborate with your team members. After having tried many Team Management software programs and apps over the years, I learned about and have come to really like ProjectPlace. It allows you to break down each series, article, promotion, etc. into steps and it lets your team know who is responsible for what and when the deadline is. There are several nice features about ProjectPlace. The main one is the flexibility. It provides you with a framework of core Team Management action items. You can take that framework and use it however is best for your team. Let’s take a look at some of the features to better explain what that means: My Overview This is one of my favorite features. When you are working with a team, ultimately you only care about what YOU have to do. Yes, you want to see the whole project succeed, but if you have built a great team that you trust, then you only have to worry about your portion of the work. When you log into ProjectPlace, the first tab that opens is My Overview. This is the screen that tells you what you need to do right now, what is pending, and what your future projects are. The left side of the screen has two tabs: My Work and Done. My Work lets you organize your time: what you need to do today, what you are doing tomorrow, and what you are doing later. You can add tasks, add details, make notes about your progress, or jot down ideas for something you have to do tomorrow. And then there is the blissful moment that you move things to your Done tab, and it is off your list!
My Projects takes up the right side of the screen. It allows you to break down projects into an extremely detailed plan. This is where you assign team members to tasks and check in on progress. You can change details at any time: perhaps an article took on a different angle, a deadline shifted, or you have to shuffle responsibilities between people. This is easy to do. If you are like me and you are always feeling like you forgot something, My Projects is fantastic because it lets you break down a project into such finite detail that any forgotten detail becomes obvious. It will be a real weight off of your mind.
Pending Projects Running an active blog means planning not just days but months ahead. This is why “Pending Projects” is a great tool. It is the tab located next to My Overview and it contains all the projects you are juggling at once. If you make full use of this great tool, you will have enough projects in there that you will have to use the search feature, and I found that it is excellent for finding projects easily. It is also nice that you can form ideas slowly before assigning people or deadlines. As soon as you come up with an idea, start flushing it out and it will come together quicker than you think. It really is nice to take a look at your blossoming idea and realize it is ready to be turned into a fully formed project. Boards This is where you monitor the whole of a project. It allows you to see your progress in a highly visual way that isn’t inundating, breaking down projects into small, easy to digest tasks. It also gives an overview of what has been done already, thus giving you a quick sense of where you are in the stream of the project, all at a glance. Notifications If you are assigned a new task or someone else has finished the task before yours, you get a nice little notification up in the right hand corner of the screen. Easy and manageable. Does all this sound complicated? It really isn’t. In fact, ProjectPlace makes it incredibly simple, and if for some reason you are still stuck, it has little bubbles on the screen that take you through what each section does until you get the hang of it, which will be fast. I highly recommend ProjectPlace if you decide to work with a team from the beginning of your blog. It also gives you the ability to work with a team that is scattered all over. Have a friend in Paris who is an amazing photographer? No reason to not work with her because she can’t meet you for coffee to plan a project! Even if you are just working by yourself, it makes successful blogging far more manageable and less daunting, which is a huge key to sustaining a blog long term. I received access to ProjectPlace in exchange for testing and my unbiased review and I was compensated for my time and effort, however, my experience with the product and the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine.

Vorteile: Ease of Use
Visual Presentation
Responsive Support
Fast Search Feature

Nachteile: It isn't completely clear if there is integration with other apps, however, it is effectively a stand alone app for the purposes of my organization.

Finally! Visibility into programs with shared resources

Mit Google übersetzen Bewertet am 8.6.2015
Kristi B.
Account Manager
Marketing & Werbung, 2-10 Mitarbeiter
Quelle des Nutzers 
Quelle: GetApp
Eigenschaften & Funktionalitäten

Kommentare: I was part of the marketing team that used Projectplace at Planview to help plan and manage integrated marketing programs where we had shared (and limited) content and design resources. and also found many other ways to use it collaborate with teams around the company including sales for sales enablement programs. Previously we used sharepoint to submit design and web requests and it often felt like a black hole. With Projectplace, not only was I able to see the status of a deliverable at any given time so could my manager and other team members on that project. The tool also enabled real-time collaboration with comments, @ mentions, document management, timelines etc.

Vorteile: - Helps reduce meetings because you are able to collaborate within the tool
- Visibility across teams and individuals. This is important because you can identify potential delays (due to resource availability, review cycles etc) much earlier and avoid the number of late projects
- Document management is great! Having this built in rather than linking out to external drives and sites streamlines processes
-Kanban board functionality is so simple and customizable for what makes most sense to your team
- Streamlined the review process on design and content creation
- Flexible enough to fit the needs of any type of team across the company and between teams

Nachteile: Really these are just feature requests, nothing that really impacts the functionality or value that is delivered:
-User interface could be refreshed and streamlined
-Some of the logic of click paths and icons are not always that intuitive
-Customization options to allow you to select which features you need for certain projects, some won't need the full set of tabs and features available
-Calendars are default to run M-Sun which I believe in common in Europe. Need the ability to select what day your week starts
-Would love to see some type of integration with Salesforce or Marketing Automation platforms
- Improved dashboards and reports would be ideal

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