A project plan is the foundation every project is built upon. Without a strong framework, you’re in for a rough ride: your project will never start off on the right foot, nor will it land the way you had originally intended it to.
The Teamleader Marketplace has tons of integrations with different kinds of productivity tools. Having more integrations doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re working smarter. Since we’re here to help you save time, here’s a list of the most popular integrations our agency customers use.
Nobody likes to wait for their money. When you’ve delivered a service to a customer, you’d rather have your fee with the snap of a finger. We can’t help you with that, were not magicians (unfortunately), but we can help you make it as easy as possible to get your invoices paid faster.
In our Roadmap for 2018 we’ve mentioned a few stylish makeovers were coming your way, on top of some extra features. One of the bigger makeovers - if not the biggest one - was our invoicing redesign. It’s time to present you what we’ve been working on and what’s coming up in the future.
If you’re doing business with other, non eurozone countries, you’ll be delighted: Teamleader offers you a way to create quotations and invoicing effortlessly in all available currencies (with the exception of cryptocurrencies).
Ever since we started Teamleader in 2012, beta testing has been a vital part of our development process. Having users test features before their official launch has been of indisputable value in the evolution of our product, and will be even more so in the future.
The first important decision of a project manager? Picking the right project management methodology! Agile, Scrum, PRISM, Waterfall. There are tons of different approaches. Hence, it’s important to know about the pros and cons of each of them, and come to a valid decision.
UPDATE: We originally released this blog post in the beginning of this year to give you an idea of what you can expect from Teamleader in the upcoming months. We also said back then that a roadmap is always prone to changes. Six months later, we’re here to give you an update on where we are.