Intervals Demo: Online Time, Task, and Project Management Software

John Reeve | October 8th, 2014 | , , ,

When you sign up for a free 30 day trial of our project management and time tracking software, Intervals, we offer a one hour demonstration. These guided tours are a great opportunity to review our time tracking and task management software, and ask any questions. To give you an idea of how these demonstrations go, we’ve recorded one. This video is of a typical demonstration and runs about 40 minutes.

Any time you are introducing new software into your agency there is going to be a learning curve, which is why we’re here to help. If you are interested in showing a demo to your agency about our time tracking software online, sign up for a free trial and then get in touch with us. We’ll schedule a date on the calendar where we can spend some one-on-one time demonstrating how Intervals might fit your agency (if it’s not a good fit, we’ll let you know that too). The project management software demo usually takes about 40 minutes and is followed up with 20 minutes of Q&A.

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