November 18, 2015 in Business (E)
[prMac.com] Raaba, Austria - onepoint PROJECTS, the leading provider of integrated project and portfolio management (PPM) solutions, has released its new iPhone App "onepoint ME" via Apple's iTunes App Store. The new mobile app provides a truly ubiquitous work environment for project contributors by providing efficient access to todos, activities, time tracking and recent events across projects. The app also features extensive offline functionality whenever users do not have Internet access.
Todos across all projects can be viewed, created, edited and closed. Contributors can also easily access their assigned project activities and milestones. In addition, new ad hoc activities and milestones can be created directly from within the app, even if the user is currently offline. The same is true for tracking time, or completing missing times at the end of a workday, project contributors can really work on projects anywhere and anytime.
"We really wanted to develop a practical and very user-oriented app. Additionally, since time tracking is typically not the most popular activity throughout project organizations, we thought we could make it both easier and more 'fun' by supporting it via a gesture, instead of typing in numbers - especially if you think small, mobile devices," said Gerald Aquila, CEO and founder of onepoint.
The new app also plays nicely with two of onepoint PROJECTS more recent features: the project activity stream and the agenda functionality introduced earlier this year. A user-oriented stream feature aggregates all streams across projects, but you can still also apply a filter to only show the stream of a single project. This makes it very easy for project contributors to stay on top of things - both across projects and for a specific project. As todos can also originate from a meeting agenda, contributors get their action items directly into their mobile todo list and can instantly work on them. In addition, todos, activities, and tracked time can of course also be filtered on a project basis.
Even though fast Internet connectivity is a given in many parts of the world, there are still a lot of places where mobile reception is limited, or getting online is simply not possible at all. For these cases, onepoint ME provides an automatic offline mode that stores all changes locally until the user gets online the next time. Syncing is totally transparent for the user and happens in the background.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.1 or later
* 3.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
onepoint ME 1.0 is now available for free in the iTunes App Store and only a user account for onepoint PROJECTS Enterprise Server or Cloud is required. Interested parties who are not yet using onepoint as their PPM solution can test onepoint PROJECTS Enterprise Server and Cloud by requesting a free 30-day trial from the onepoint website. For more information about the new mobile app or for a full test of Enterprise Server or Cloud including all optional modules such as the bidirectional JIRA-integration, portfolio analysis, or risk management, please contact our sales team or +43 316 267 267 0.
onepoint PROJECTS is the leading provider of integrated project and portfolio management solutions for innovative small and medium-sized project organizations. Unlike traditional PPM software, onepoint PROJECTS integrates formal, agile and JIRA projects into a single project portfolio and resource utilization database. Onepoint enables project-oriented organizations to increase project and portfolio transparency, shorten project lead times, automate best practices and optimize resource utilization. By building on open standards and technologies, providing both cloud-based/SaaS and on-premise installations and with its strategic focus on making PM systems easy to deploy, onepoint redefines ROI for project management solutions. Copyright (C) 2015 Onepoint PROJECTS GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.