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Friday, April 04, 2014  

Trackolade - Everything You Need To Easily Control Your Projects

They built Trackolade because they wanted to eliminate the costs of complexity that pervade ordinary project management software. They believe that simplicity is beautiful, that elegance trumps endless extras, and that ease-of-use is a measure of success. They looked long and hard at what features are really necessary and truly enhance productivity in a project management tool, and then they built that - and only that - into Trackolade. They think that flexibility and control are more valuable than having a stack of features, so hey designed Trackolade to work the way effective teams work naturally - by making to-do lists, prioritizing through consensus, and collaborating constantly. They knew we were onto something when we started using Trackolade and their productivity, communication, and efficiency shot through the roof. They decided to share Trackolade with the world because they knew they are not the only group of people working together towards a common goal who have experienced disorder, confusion and anarchy. They don’t have investors, they are not huge risk takers, and they weren't incubated anywhere (unless you count our homemade office). They are simply a group of creators who want to produce the best work we can and have fun doing it - just like you. They hope their story inspires you, and moreover, that Trackolade empowers you. Features include: a) Projects - Manage and organize projects, SSL secured; b) Task manager - Share, assign, schedule and prioritize tasks; c) Discussion tools - Organize group discussions within projects and tasks; and d) File sharing - Securely store, share, and edit documents. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™.

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