We get requests from customers asking if Skylight will work for their business or if they need project management at all? Well, the thing is, you are already managing projects through your sales, customer interactions, major milestones or planned goals. Here are few thoughts and ideas on how to do this for your business.
Recent news on the Guardian, talking about how the Skylightit.com web app has enabled us to be efficient in optimizing our work. We therefore thought of appreciating the Guardian and helping you out by sharing this great post.
Running a Small Business or Freelancing is not an easy Task. Here are some of the Excuses for not Getting Things Done on Time.
Your “must-do” list is growing like a proverbial mushroom. You are working flat-out, but accomplishing very little. There is always a reason if your efforts are not being effective.
Picture this: You use Skylight to break up a larger, upcoming, project into smaller tasks. Then you assign these Tasks to yourself(default) and your colleagues. Throughout all this process you used the task timer to track your hours. After the job is complete you would now want to take those logged hours and use them to create an invoice in order to receive the payment for your work.
When comment is posted in Skylight project a notification is sent from Skylight to everyone involved. In this notification you get a link to click and view posted comment back in Skylight App. Most of the time, you just want to respond to that comment by email.
Skylight teams been busy adding small and some large changes. Some of these recent updates include speed improvements to Projects, Contacts, Stages and Milestone views, Google maps for addresses, Hover-on options to see related data, Increased Social integrated CRM and more....
Team-driven projects have gained a lot of juice just in the last few years because of cloud computing innovations that allow for new levels of sharing and collaborating. Questions like, “who’s got the latest iteration?” “Who’s allowed to access that?” and “What other files are involved?” are now answered easily. Google was one of the earliest innovators in software-as-a-service, and Google Docs is a wonderful team tool for keeping track of, sharing, and collaborating over documents.