Obliterating the Need for Microsoft Project

| October 22nd, 2009 | ,

Cloud Ave has written up a great review of our web-based project management software offering, Intervals. In fact, they’ve done a great job of articulating what we are trying to accomplish with Intervals. It’s been our primary goal with Intervals to provide a reliable web-based project management platform for those who find the barriers of cost and understanding to be overwhelming. Intervals reaches out to those small businesses who find current online offerings to be under gunned while MS project is overkill.

This [software] completely obliterates the need for Microsoft Project, and makes project management for non-project mangers one of the easiest things to accomplish. If you are serious about project management but finding the desktop software too expensive for smaller companies, then this is a product you want to check out and see if it will work for you.

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