|Original author(s)||Projectplace International|
|Operating system||Web application|
|Type||Project management software, productivity software, collaboration work management|
Projectplace is a collaborative work management software from Planview that offers project management software and work collaboration solutions. Projectplace integrates features such as task manager apps, Kanban boards, and Gantt chart software. Originally, Projectplace was founded in September 1998 in Stockholm, Sweden, from the Swedish application service provider, Projectplace International AB.
Projectplace modules include team conversations, document archives, issue management, planning and tracking, meeting management, project portal, and contacts.
Acquisition by Planview
Collaborative Work Management
Enterprise-wide collaboration software is an emerging category.
According to TrustRadius, Projectplace is one tool designed to work together, rather than a collection of point solutions. Streamlining project management is accomplished through task management, workflow automation, and team collaboration. This involves elements such as mobile access, timesheet tracking, scheduling, email integration, document management, agile and waterfall methodology, Gantt charts, and task and resource management. Kanban Boards
- 451 Research Report claims Projectplace brings a collaborative edge to Planview’s project management portfolio.
- Forrester Research identifies Projectplace as a leader in the rapidly growing work collaboration market.
- Constellation Research names Projectplace to the 2016 Constellation ShortList for Social Task Management.
- "Projectplace brings a collaborative edge to Planview's project management portfolio". Projectplace. Retrieved 2017-08-08.
- "The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Collaborative Work Management, Q4 2016". www.forrester.com. Retrieved 2017-08-08.
- "Constellation ShortList™ Social Task Management: Niche". Constellation Research Inc. 2017-03-08. Retrieved 2017-08-08.
- ^ Langham, Martin. "ProjectPlace Gets IT Documents In Focus" Bloor Research: Sep. 14. 2004.
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