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You don’t need to use multiple tools to manage your business and projects. Bugilo, a cloud-based solution for project management, combines the functionality from several software applications and makes it possible to manage all your management activities in one place.
It is aimed at micro- and small-sized businesses that offer services to external clients.
What is Bugilo?
Bugilo allows you to monitor and manage your project’s progress in real-time. This app, unlike other tools on the market allows for comprehensive management of a project, from project appraisal to invoicing customers.
You can track hours worked, assign costs and manage projects. It can also monitor all dependencies within a given project, which I haven’t seen in many other systems, and present them visually in graphs as well as in terms of statistics.
Tools for project management
You can create tasks and assign resources to them. This will allow you to estimate the time it will take to complete the project. If you are visual and work in an Agile environment, the Kanban board is your main project management screen. Even if you don’t use Agile, switching to Kanban thinking can be easier than you might think. Drag-and-drop is a great way to move tasks.
There’s reporting. It’s worth mentioning reports about endangered or delayed projects. They can help you quickly spot projects in trouble. It is possible to save time and effort by identifying them and working out whether they should be closed or recovered. It also generates periodic reports that can be used for standard project reporting.
Time recording
You should not keep track of time spent on projects, especially if you are a small business providing services to clients like project management consultancy. You can track the time your team spent on a project or task. This allows you to quickly spot bottlenecks, analyse the efficiency of your team’s work, and intervene quickly to keep your projects on schedule.
Budgeting and Invoicing
Bugilo also allows you to manage project costs. The application generates statistics, which can be displayed as graphs or numbers for those who don’t want to read columns of figures. This allows a business owner or project manger to evaluate the profitability and other aspects of current projects.
Bugilo allows users to issue invoices for completed project work. You can also track the costs of projects as they progress. The revenue database allows you to see all of your invoices. This is useful for when someone calls asking for duplicates or chasing payment.
Bugilo’s team
Wojciech Radomski and Pawel Elbanowski are the authors of this application. They are graduates of the Information Technology Faculty of Pozna University of Technology in Poland, and founders of many successful IT companies.
The core of the team isn’t a random group of people (the best are never random), but a group made up of friends who share a common interest in finding solutions to everyday problems.
They have won numerous awards and distinctions throughout their professional careers for the projects that they have implemented. In 2014, they reached the finals in the category of business innovations in the “Polacy z werw” contest.
Visit http://bugilo.com/ to learn more and get a free trial.