|29 August 2013|
GroupCamp has announced the release of its new Max+ plan for GroupCamp Project, its cloud-based project management software. This new plan allows large organizations to handle up to 500 projects in parallel.
“Our Max version allowed companies to work with 200 projects but many GroupCamp clients have reached the 200-project limit. Allowing clients to handle up to 500 projects and have the same sustained performances when generating reports and data across all projects has required a lot of optimization work. We are happy to say that many of our larger clients are already using the Max+ plan with the same level of performance.” said Dickel SOORIAH, GroupCamp’s co-founder.
GroupCamp’s announcement comes after a recent release of new form of payments including wire transfer payments for larger corporate clients who are not equipped with credit cards. GroupCamp’s global client base can now purchase their subscription by adding a lump sum amount to an online prepaid account allowing account owners to manage their plans online. GroupCamp also recently announced the launch of a budgeted time feature allowing large organizations to manage budget lines in individual projects. This particular feature has, according to GroupCamp been widely adopted in larger organisations to monitor budget lines in internal development projects for either marketing or IT departments.
GroupCamp also mentioned that the new plan included new tools and design principles allowing account administrators to handle larger volumes of data (projects, users, task lists). Account administrators benefit from an adaptative and intuitive user interface design principles allowing them to handle small or large lists of users, projects and categories.
Dickel Sooriah added : "When handling more than 200 projects, our clients needed a way to categorize each project so as to be able to select large groups of projects based on their type for instance whether they are internal development projects or client projects. We are also introducing organisations to allow administrators to handle large volumes of users in various applications."
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