Projects

Every Project Needs A Plan

WouldnÕt it be amazing to manage projects, employees, and time all from one screen? SWELLEnterprise gives you exactly that.

Never miss another deadline with Swell.

How Our Project Management Tool Works

SWELLEnterprise makes planning and executing projects simple. HereÕs how it works:

  1. Add and name your new project.
  2. Select the client for your records.
  3. Assign your project to users in SWELLEnterprise.
  4. Select the start time and deadline.
  5. Estimate hours and add notes for your employees.

Your employees will receive notifications when deadlines approach. TheyÕll know your expectations and exactly what to do from the get-go. If questions arise, theyÕll be able to collaborate with you and other members on the project directly via SWELLEnterpriseÕs messaging and work room features.

Set Clear Expectations From Project Manager

Your employees work best when they get the whole scope. SWELLEnterprise makes it easy for employees to know whatÕs expected of them with Tasks. Assign tasks and deadlines to users from Project Manager. Tasks provide employees with a clear view of the project, deadline, client contact information, details, notes, estimates, and proposals.

Start The Timer And Stop Going Over Budget

SWELLEnterprise allows you to see if your project is on schedule and on a budget. Your employees can clock indirectly from SWELLEnterprise and record their progress. Timer keeps you in control by asking employees to choose the project, billable item, and task before logging hours.

Communication Is The Key To Success

With SWELLEnterprise, you can update and edit project assignments wherever you are. As with all of SWELLEnterpriseÕs features, Project Manager is integrated with messaging, email, contacts, and phone. Send the right messages to the right people at the right time.

Is there something missing that youÕd like to see? Let us know at any time. SWELLEnterprise is a fully customizable CRM.

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