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OpusView is social technology that gives organizations worldwide all the tools they need to better manage expertise and incentivize team working to accelerate project success.

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Project management tools are used to apply controls and processes to start, plan, execute and manage new business initiatives to improve an organization's market position.

OpusView workplace social software supports:

  1. Change management: To assist you in managing changes effectively, helping to ensure every project meets achieves the desired outputs and success.

  2. Resource allocation: Offers you the tools to allocate project resources appropriately; namely budgets and employee time to make sure delivery is as expected.

  3. Project planning: To assist you in scheduling and planning your whole project, ensuring that you and your team don’t lose track.

Use OpusView for project management

The three main benefits you get while using OpusView as your project management solution are:

  1. Productivity: OpusView makes teams more productive. When your employees have document sharing, organized task working and simplified communication tools at their disposal, they will be able to complete their work more efficiently. No available resource is wasted, and no employee is overworked.

  2. Collaboration: The majority of projects working in organizations require the right-thinking team of people, each with different experience levels and skillsets. OpusView allows team members to collaborate better by providing real-time communication, analytics and status notifications. These features are crucial to distribute teams and remote workers.

  3. Direction: OpusView permits project managers to plan every aspect of a project, break down complex undertakings into manageable organized work packages, and evaluate the scope of a project – from budgeting to task assignment to risk planning.