Intuitive and focused interface for easy use. Effective monitoring of project planning and progress. Practical document collaboration and editing. All documentation readily available and findable.
European External Action Service (EEAS)
Effective monitoring of project planning and progress. Time gains and optimised resource allocation. Standardised methodology and good practise implemented.
In their continuous effort to position themselves as an international player in the field of high performance DC power supplies, JEMA is committed to providing their experienced team of engineers with the resources needed to improve their systems, develop new products and expand their range of services.
Accurate view on team activity and time spent per market, per project. Realistic analysis available on R&D and innovation team performance against targets for better planning.
More efficient project management thanks to centralised project documentation. Healthier project executions with the ability to standardise project methodology. Facilitated data sharing enables managerial visibility for better future project and budget planning.
The Lorenz Snack-World needed a project management software, which can be used for their international projects and also supports the unique working methods of all team members with its flexibility.
Flomatik tracks and monitors its PSA projects progress, risks and changes.
«Being able to create gated workflows to suit bespoke project deliveries is a great feature; as is being able to actually track and monitor ‘real’ project progress, risks, and manage project changes.»
Coventry University now has a clear view of its resources availabilities.
"With Genius Project everyone can easily enter their timesheet information. We are therefore getting a better understanding of resource constraints, enabling us to becomemore efficient."
SNIM (Société Nationale Industrielle & Minière)
SNIM ensures the strategical alignment of its projects.
"We needed a user-friendly software facilitating user adoption and that could be easily integrated with our existing infrastructure."