As your business grows, so does your tech stack. Adding apps like instant messaging, customer support, document management, email marketing, design, and developer tools, as well as Teamwork, can mean your team waste time each day switching between apps and manually transferring data.
Over the next few days, you may notice that Teamwork will start looking much leaner and cleaner thanks to some new UI enhancements we’ll be rolling out. These visual updates are designed to improve your experience in Teamwork and give more clarity to your workday. The cleaner, more simplified views will remove some of the noise to help you focus on the work that needs to get done.
Baseball legend Babe Ruth knew a lot about collaboration. “The way a team plays as a whole determines its success,” Ruth explained. “You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they don’t play together, the club won’t be worth a dime.” While the Great Bambino was referring to the sport that made him famous, this is also true for teams in the workplace. Collaboration is critical to success.
Have you started working remotely in the past couple weeks? Welcome to our world. It’s good to have the company — but we think it’s even better to clue you into some of the communication issues you’re likely to face. Project management software can solve a surprising number of them. Thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak, we can’t simply cross the hall or pop into the next cubicle with a question.
At Teamwork, we know how important it is to create a seamless, connected workflow. That’s why it’s so important for the tools you use every day to integrate with each other, so you and your team can work more efficiently. That’s why we’re so excited to share that we’ve recently added the ability to integrate via Zapier to Teamwork CRM!
With more and more teams switching to remote work, we’ve been working harder than ever to add new features that let your team collaborate, share knowledge, and stay in sync — even when you’re not in the same place. Here are some of the key features we’ve released recently.
It’s easy to look at project management software through the lens of a single goal: more successful projects. It’s true: 77% of high-performing projects are built with project management software. Companies that use project management software are better at staying on schedule, on budget, and on top of stakeholder needs. Those things create a better customer experience and a stronger bottom line. But remember, buyers are human.
When you hear the word “transparency,” project management software probably isn’t what comes to mind. Maybe you think of the window next to your desk. Unless the blinds are closed, you can see clearly into your yard. It’s not much different in the work context: Unless you have a reason to block the light, you should be able to watch what’s going on from where you’re seated. Project management software is that transparent window.
So you’ve decided on a project management software you want to introduce to your team. Great! Choosing a project management software is a challenge in and of itself. But now that you’ve found the perfect one, the real battle begins: implementation.