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Tool Review: Streamtime

By 14/09/2016General, Reviews, Tools
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Streamtime focuses on saving you time through automated Project Management

Streamtime is a powerful tool that allows you to manage your projects with ease, from brief to delivery.

With effortless project planning, one click estimating and invoicing, innovative time tracking, slick scheduling and intelligent reporting, Streamtime gives you complete visibility of your projects all within a beautiful interface.

Streamtime is already gaining momentum on Capterra and the awards circuit. With a recent gold at the Sydney Design Awards and finalists in 4 categories at this year’s Best Design Awards it’s clear that their fresh approach to project management is winning some fans.

Time Savers

Streamtime time savers - job detail

Create and plan jobs quickly: Pick your team, estimate your hours and set deadlines. See clear visual indicators that let you know whether or not your projects are on-time and on-budget.

From project plan to job quote in one click: Why put hard work into your project plan, only to do it all again when you prepare your quote for the client? In Streamtime, they’re one and the same. Plan your job, then click create quote, it’s really that simple.

Streamtime view team scheduleScheduling tasks to your team are now even easier: With the click of a button in the To Do screen, Streamtime automates scheduling tasks based on estimated time and deadlines, saving project managers precious time. A more ‘hands on’ approach is also possible via the Team Schedule which allows you to pick your team, see their tasks in one clear view, judge capacity, drag and drop tasks between staff and easily edit deadlines. An efficient way to manage your resources.

No more timesheet resentment

Streamtime to do listTaking the emphasis off timesheets, Streamtime’s innovative approach tracks time precisely on tasks via its drag and drop To-Do List – a more intuitive way for staff to manage their day.

Time is simultaneously logged when a To-Do is dragged to Done, or the entire day of To-Dos are completed with the click of a button. What does this mean for a Project Manager? Time entry is automated so no more wasted time chasing timesheets!

Forward thinking project reporting

Streamtime analyticsStreamtime’s Analytics are quick, preset segments where at the touch of a button you can see work in progress, time spent by week or month, items over budget or expenses for the month. Filters also allow you to create your own reports and export to .csv for further manipulation if needed.

Everything you need to know at a glance: Streamtime’s Dashboard only tells you what ‘you’ really need to know. See progress reports, job over-run information and reasons to celebrate. Your team should never miss a deadline again.
Streamtime dashboard

Straightforward sign up

No credit card needed. Streamtime offer a free trial so take it out for a spin and decide for yourself.

While it’s already a nice piece of kit, Streamtime aren’t resting on their laurels. With two-week sprints producing new functionality, the product continues to be refined to ensure its users the best experience. Add to this their plans for the future and this could indeed be the answer to the prayers of project managers everywhere.

If you want to know more about Streamtime check out streamtime.net, follow their journey, or read about their vision for the future of project management.

 

This post was made possible with the kind support of Streamtime.

About Ben Aston

I’m Ben Aston, a digital project manager and VP of Client Services at FCV, a full service digital agency in Vancouver, Canada. I've been in the industry for more than 10 years working in the UK at London’s top digital agencies including Dare, Wunderman, Lowe and DDB. I’ve delivered everything from video virals to CMS’, flash games to banner ads and eCRM to eCommerce sites. I’ve been fortunate enough to work across a wide range of great clients; automotive brands including Land Rover, Volkswagen and Honda; Utility brands including BT, British Gas and Exxon, FMCG brands such as Unilever, and consumer electronics brands including Sony.

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