ProjectManager.com released a program this week to help team leaders and employees deliver projects on time and on budget.
A visual dashboard shows users if a project is on time, under budget and resourced accordingly. The program also indicates whether the projects have risks, issues or changes that need to be made to keep on target.
Jason Westland, CEO of ProjectManager, said the partner program was "an exciting new stage in the growth of our company."
"In the first hour of its release, we have signed up two key Australian resellers already," he said.
Certified resellers receive coupon codes to be given to customers. Customers entering this code into their shopping cart receive an immediate 10 per cent discount while the reseller earns a 30 per cent commission.
Resellers can also add links to their websites to gain further commission on all sales and can offer specialist training and consulting services for the product.
The software has a task manager for creating project plans, with features provided by Microsoft Project for creating a Gantt chart and managing task lists.
Technical director, Craig Nicholson, said: “By using this software, project managers can view their project status in seconds. No longer do they have to create complex reports and use spreadsheets to determine where they are at.”
Users can create status reports, customise them, enter data on risks, add expenses or report on multiple projects as a group. The software keeps a record of documents for users to upload or download.
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