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Projecturf 2.0 adds tasks, refines interface, workflow

updated 08:35 pm EDT, Fri September 25, 2009

New sections, event calander added Projecturf 2.0

Projecturf has announced it will update its collaboration and project management software with the upcoming release Projecturf 2.0 later in this quarter. The software features business-class reports that track projects start-to-finish with live progress updates. It also offers unlimited storage for any paid plan. Each plan is fully featured, with price points differing relative to the number of expected projects generated at any given time. Nightly back-up and SSL security keep data safe on the Projecturf servers.

Version 2.0 will have a new tasks section, featuring recurring tasks, assigning tasks, timecard support for individual tasks and notes/comments support on tasks. The new version will add refinements to the interface and a streamlined workflow, along with improved customization options. A full event calendar, reports section and whiteboard section will be added to version 2.0, and a global dashboard will provide an overview of all tasks and projects from one location.

The service is $30 per month, supporting up to 15 concurrent projects, $60 per month, managing up to 40 projects, and $160 per month for unlimited projects.




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