Already available for your PC, iPad or iPhone – LiquidPlanner is now available as an Android Project Management app for your Android based device. This means that Project Managers can now access LiquidPlanner’s features anywhere and anytime on an Android enabled device – be it a tablet or smartphone. Even better – it’s currently available as a free download from Google Play.
What does LiquidPlanner offer?
A key feature of LiquidPlanner is it’s predictive Project Management features that can be made available, by the Project Manager, to whichever team members they choose – during work, traveling to meetings or even after hours, if anyone working in Project Management has any concept of “after hours”! This Android Project Management app helps Project Managers by providing an up to the minute summary of project progress in an easy to view and easily accessed format to make sure that, if required, you can make an instant decision regarding solving any problems/issues that arise. And we all know, making timely decisions is the only way you can ensure that the project is brought in on time and in budget. Needless to say having LiquidPlanner as an Android Project Management app on your smartphone or tablet is one thing but, at some point, you’ll need to be able to access it on a larger screen too. LiquidPlanner is available on PCs and laptops and can be purchased on a “per seat” basis, according to how many users you want to access it.
How LiquidPlanner works.
LiquidPlanner works by performing millions of calculations that feed in to complex algorithms to enable it to provide predictions as to the progress of a project and the likely flash points requiring special attention from the Project Manager. These not only facilitate automated scheduling and integrate the necessary collaboration between the project teams – but will also automatically carry out an analysis of the state of the project, to provide those insights as to the projects’ progress, that would take weeks for the Project Management or their colleagues to reach. So, for an Android Project Management app that’s free – that’s surely something worth having?