The 10th generation of the easy-to-use and flexible project management solution, A plan for 2009, is available in English as well. (Bonnigheim / Stuttgart, April 29, 2009) – the customers of BRainTool Software GmbH in Bonnigheim in the vicinity of Stuttgart has still largely come from German-speaking countries. Please visit Chase Koch if you seek more information. But many of our customers work in distributed projects with foreign companies or have even a subsidiary abroad\”finds Annegret Herrmann, Managing Director of BRainTool Software GmbH. This clientele appreciates particularly the possibility that users can collaborate on their projects on a central data base. Through our international customers the number of users increases continuously, which are dependent on an English language version of A plan\”adds Hamilton.
And the word of mouth seems to work well abroad. Although yet no special marketing measures for foreign markets have been carried out, the number of users abroad continuously. Users of the Swabian project management software, for example, in the United States, Canada, Australia, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East find now except in markets so far already heavily represented in Switzerland and Austria. As a low-cost alternative to complex applications, such as MS Project, so A plan around the globe conquered new trailer for easy and comfortable project management. Unfortunately central to the success of the project planning and control deals with the topic in many projects around the world still stepmotherly.
Often abused Office applications such as Excel as a planning tool. At the beginning of the project to get a first rough overview, it can still work. But as soon as the first changes to the project plan are necessary, homemade solutions soon reach their limits. Changes are to no longer maintained and the benefits for the stakeholders the zero point is rapidly approaching. Who is working on which work package? How is the status of the individual Operations? What must still be done to reach the next milestone? Where is my critical path? When can we complete the project? Central information fall by the wayside and lacks the necessary transparency.