updated 01:15 am EST, Mon December 12, 2005
Green Array workflow app
Green Array today announced that now supports the Mac OS X platform. Green Array's workplace software solution combines high-performance methodology, business intelligence, portfolio and project management, and business process/collaboration into a single integrated solution. Mac users can now collaborate in real-time with Windows users without any IT involvement, according to the company. Through February 2006, hosted versions of the Green Array Individual annual licenses are priced at $240 with 1GB of storage, while Shared annual licenses, including 10 user IDs and 1GB of storage, are also available for $240 (enterprise pricing not available). All annual licenses include a 90-day money back guarantee.
"Green Array gives us a new way to manage and collaborate with internal and partner teams during the sales, implementation and expansion phases of our business development relationships," said Jim Cook, senior vice president of market development at Cambridge Positioning Systems. "In addition, we can leverage our existing processes and rapidly adapt Green Array to best suit specific client situations without expensive programming or strain on our IT resources."
Green Array enables businesses, government agencies, schools and non-profits to test and deploy a cross-platform enterprise solution that offers easy access to project status, processes and metrics to enable individual, team and organizational workflow. The software features the ability to help teams define the project scope, performance measures and timelier using browser-based dashboards to track progress. It also provides tools that guide resource planning, list critical tasks and benchmarks and offers a central library to house and manage documents. The solution also offers a messaging solution to help teams collaborate more effectively.
"Our initial testing on Apple's Mac OS X download site indicates a large, untapped demand for Green Arrays unique methodology and productivity tools," said Miles Walsh, CEO of Green Array. "Increased demand for Apple products is extending our reach in mixed operating system environments beyond graphics and media into the business departments."