November 13, 2012 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Paris, France - Sproutedapps today introduces Nokumo, $39.95 USD, for Mac OS X, a new app that combines a myriad of organizational capabilities to help you keep an eye on all your projects, have a full overview of your contacts, prioritize and organize your tasks, keep bits of information or write any ideas, plan appointments, meetings, calls and keep the needed documents next to where the action is.
* Manage projects and track their progress - get a full picture of your projects with the dashboard and milestones, and see related contacts, linked tasks and notes
* Have a full overview of contacts - see all contact details as well as the projects in which they are involved, appointments scheduled, tasks to do for them, etc
* Create automated tasks, projects, and events - create an activity set to save the time spent creating each task or event individually every time a project is started
* Interconnect all items - link items together to get a full overview of any given contact or project
* Create notes to keep bits of information - create notes and link them to other items or keep them separately
* Sync with Apple native apps - sync contacts with Address Book/Contacts, and sync calendars, events, and tasks with iCal/Calendar/Reminder
* Stay up to date - plan appointments, meetings, or calls and prepare for them by linking contacts, projects, tasks and notes
* Import and manage documents - add files and folders to Nokumo easily with drag n' drop
* Prioritize and organize - items can be tagged, flagged, color-coded with categories and collected together in groups
* Archive old items - archive old projects, tasks, contacts and notes
* Generate reports - with 20 built-in reports, Nokumo provides an extensive view of projects, tasks, organizations and contacts
* Protect your data - back up your data manually or automatically
At launch, Nokumo main window is spacious and uncluttered. The first column lists overdue task and project items from previous days, the second column tasks and projects from the current day, the third column event, task and project entries in the future, and the fourth column a detailed schedule of the day's appointments.
Across the top tab bar of the Nokumo main window are icons that change the view to one of the following modules: Home, Contacts, Organizations, Tasks, Events, Projects, Notes and Documents.
The contact module allows users to see all the contacts details as well as the projects in which they are involved. All contacts are editable, and altered contacts in Nokumo will be synchronized with AddressBook/Contacts. Moreover, a links window at the right of the screen allows the user to link any document, note, project, event, individual contact, or organizational contact with any contact selected in the contact list.
The organization module allows users to all the organizations details as well as the projects that users need to complete. All organizations are editable, and altered organizations in Nokumo will be synchronized with AddressBook/Contacts. Moreover, a links window at the right of the screen allows the user to link any document, note, project, event, individual contact, or organizational contact with any organization selected in the organization list.
The task module allows users to easily assign one of nine Task Types in the task window (Computer, Document, Email, Fax, Inbound Call, Outbound Call, Reading, To-Do, and Web), as well as one of five scheduling filters (Flagged, Today, Tomorrow, Overdue, or In Progress). Nokumo also enables users to see the tasks by project and by tag, and create his own custom task types. Altered tasks in Nokumo will be synchronized with iCal/Reminder. Moreover, a links window at the right of the screen allows the user to link any document, note, project, event, individual contact, or organizational contact with any task selected in the task list.
The event module allows users to stay up to date and see their appointments, meetings and calls by day, week, month and year. Moreover, the year view includes a heat map. Altered events in Nokumo will be synchronized with iCal/Calendar. Moreover, a links window at the right of the screen allows the user to link any document, note, project, event, individual contact, or organizational contact with any event selected in the calendar.
The project module allows users to track projects thanks to a project dashboard. The project dashboard gives an overview of the project: a monthly calendar view that displays tasks and events, statistics view that displays the number of tasks to do, the number of completed tasks, the number of overdue tasks, etc. Nokumo also enables users to add pre-defined or customized milestones, as well as creating custom project types.
The note module allows users to easily keep bits of information, simple text or rich text, as well as organizing by groups in Nokumo Lite and Nokumo, and by categories and tags in Nokumo. Moreover, a links window at the right of the screen allows the user to link any document, project, event, task, individual contact, or organizational contact with any note selected in the note list.
The document module allows users to easily import and manage documents, as well as previewing them with Quicklook. Moreover, a links window at the right of the screen allows the user to link any note, project, event, task, individual contact, or organizational contact with any document selected in the document list.
* Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later
* Intel Core processor family
* At least 1 GB of RAM
* At least 150 MB of available space on your hard drive
Pricing and Availability:
Nokumo for Mac OS X is available through the Nokumo official website with a retail price for $39.95 USD. Nokumo is available as a free trial version for download.
Based in Paris, France, Sproutedapps is a privately funded company founded in 2012. Sproutedapps' main goal is to create software that helps people and small businesses to organize their activities and life projects. Copyright (C) 2012 Sproutedapps. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.