In the business software industry, standing still means falling behind. That’s why we always strive to evolve. Sometimes we change small things - tweaks or bug fixes that are hardly visible to you as an end user. Other times, we change visual items that drastically impact your experience. Since 2012, however, one thing remained largely unchanged: our navigation menu. And there was room for improvement, especially in terms of usability.
At Teamleader, helping SMEs work smarter has always been our main goal. By offering an intuitive tool paired with a user-friendly design, we allow business to save time and focus on what matters most.
Where do we want to go with Teamleader? And what was our product focus in the past 5 years and in 2017? We chatted with CEO Jeroen De Wit, CPO Andreas Creten and CTO Tom Schouteden about Teamleader’s future product vision.
"Why isn't your new API based on REST architecture? Isn't that the standard nowadays?" That's probably the most recurring feedback we heard when discussing our new API. A justifiable remark, and we'd love to give you a quick answer.
A new API is big news. In between the lines of code, you can see the outlines of our future application. You'll also see that we made some remarkable choices while building it. Here’s a quick recap of the process.
Great news! From now on, it’s easier to link tasks, calls and meetings to deals. You can even link past tasks, calls and meetings. So no worries if you forgot to link them.
You might have heard, but on May 11th, we launched our very own Teamleader Marketplace: a place where all sorts of integrations and productivity apps are gathered. The goal of this Marketplace? To make it easier for our customers to connect Teamleader with lots of helpful integrations.
Are you or your accountant are using Datev in order manage your bookkeeping? Then we have very good news for you. Via our free Chrome Plugin, you can easily export all your invoices and credit notes from Teamleader in the needed format that will allow you to import those data into Datev.