What is Microsoft Projects?
Microsoft Project was initially released in 1984, nearly 37 years ago. With the functionality improving year after year, it has transformed into one of the best tools for keeping employees on top of their workload. The best part is that this app seemingly integrates with everyone’s favorite communication platform, Microsoft Teams, and is included in the Microsoft 365 bundle.
Without a doubt, working in a hybrid or at-home environment can be tough for everyone in the business. Things seem to get lost, conversations forgotten, and timelines not kept. The problem oftentimes does not come from bad employees, but rather stems from being unorganized. Not having the right ‘tools’ in place can make it seem difficult to keep track of the important tasks for the project at large.
This is where Project provides the needed organization, whether you’re working on monthly reports, building content, or setting to-dos for upcoming promotions, there is always a way to ensure progress is being made for all your milestones. Microsoft Project can assist a project manager in developing a schedule, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing the budget, and analyzing workloads in one workspace.
Microsoft Project is cloud-connected, so you can share projects easily—and focus on what matters to you most. With task management built right in, Microsoft Project helps your team to prioritize the right tasks, define the activities required for each one and assign them to the right members. It also has a shared team calendar that gives full visibility across your teams, with meeting notifications and the ability to sync work schedules.
It goes to show just how much one app can help improve the overall experience for your employees. With the power of technology and the programs behind it, Dalechek is here to help your business make the most out of Microsoft technologies. If you’d like to learn more about applications that drive innovation, subscribe to our social media today!