Posted by Gioacchino Gaudioso 27.10.13


Cloud Support and Usability Enhancements in ProjectObjects V7.0

Includes new user interface, full Chrome compatibility plus multi-project monitoring functionality

Project Objects, the international provider of software, expertise, and best practices for Enterprise Project & Portfolio Intelligence Management, announced today the release of ProjectObjects Version 7.0. 

The improvements available in this new product release are the result of an indepth usability analysis, the results of which include a brand new user experience and improved all round product usability for ProjectObjects V7.

Now with the flexibility to be implemented either as a cloud or on premise PPM solution, ProjectObjects V7 offers full Chrome browser compatibility across all device types, amongst other key enhancements.  This is an essential development since Chrome is currently the most widely used browser across mobile and fixed devices, with usage levels likely to continue increasing.

In addition, Version 7.0 features a number of user requested enhancements and performance improvements, including the ability to filter against multiple projects and task dates, plus assign comments to resource allocations. These are highly relevant improvements to ProjectObjects’ functionality that allow users to collaborate with other colleagues and project stakeholders more effectively. 

Other improvements made to ProjectObjects Version 7.0 reflect specific requests submitted by existing users. These have been acknowledged and implemented by the product’s development teams. They include the ability to allow and remove truncation settings on a user’s preferences page, plus new performance improvements made to the Ticket and Resource Explorer modules.

“We actively welcome customer feedback about ProjectObjects and rely on the input from users to ensure our PPM solution meets their needs perfectly. The Company’s strategy is to continue adding technical and usability enhancements as we progress with our development roadmap to create a globally recognised PPM platform,” says Gioacchino Gaudioso, CEO at Project Objects