Accuracy at its best

From assigning an individual talent to boost the project's resources to creating perfect teams exceeding your client's expectations—make the most of in-house resources to achieve even better outcomes.

What it gives you:

  • See who's available at a glance
  • Easy to see all projects on the go
  • Optimized use of in-house resources
  • Understand what skills are required quickly and accurately

Project Timeline

View employees' availability against scheduled projects

Keep chaos at bay, and make double-booking and mismatched resources a thing of the past. Track when a team member starts or finishes a project, and analyze how resource-hungry each job on your agenda is. Compare, contrast and extrapolate the data you need.

Skill matcher

Identify the best person for the job

Drag, drop and see – it’s as easy as this. Just add a person to an assignment, and our traffic light system will show you how well paired they are with its requirements.

Skills in green are a perfect match, and skills in yellow are not necessary for this job (if you have a lot of them, perhaps this team member’s abilities are better utilized elsewhere?), and red skills are missing. It’s visual, it’s quick, it’s easy to use.

Partial Allocations

Divide people's time between assignments

Whether they are a full-time or a part-time employee, you can assign them to various jobs, where their skills are needed most.

You can allocate 50% of their time to one project 1, 30% to project 2, and 20% to project 3, even if the jobs are on during the same period. We designed Partial Allocations to support you in making the most of your in-house expertise.

Holidays and Days Off

Manage availability with a click

Always know who’s in, who’s away, and for how long. Integrated with Outlook, knowing who you can assign to a new job is easy as a click of a mouse. It’s all automated, precise, and accurate—which means better results and increased efficiency.

Over-booking Detection

Enhanced workload management

Recognize potential scheduling conflicts and resolve them before they even happen. As soon as an employee is assigned to a project that overextends their capacity, the manager is notified and can act accordingly. Our best way yet to avoid double-booking.