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Larger companies may find Microsoft Excel far too unwieldy for managing multiple projects – the larger the database gets, the harder it is for Microsoft Excel to adequately organize all the necessary data. Smaller companies who have less data often find it less of a bother to keep their resources and schedules organized using paper methods.
The problem with using Microsoft Excel as a scheduling tool is that the program was not inherently meant for scheduling – it’s a database program. While organizing schedules and projects is indeed a form of data entry, Microsoft Excel was not specifically designed for the special needs these categories of data require.
Microsoft Project is generally a better tool for the task of organizing and managing projects, but many companies find it rather expensive, particularly smaller startups. For larger companies who find the price tag of Microsoft Project no real difficulty, the fact that Microsoft Project can only manage one project at a time becomes an issue, since most companies who can afford to pay the price to use Microsoft Project have multiple projects and schedules that need managing. While Microsoft Project is a quality tool for certain circumstances, both the price and the fact that it can only serve very specific purposes limits its utility for the majority of businesses.
Companies who have become frustrated with the shortcomings of both Microsoft Project and Microsoft Excel now have a different, better choice: the makers of Ganttic invite all of these disaffected companies and managers to take a look at their new, alternative product.
Ganttic is a project-specific program, that is – the entire point of Ganttic is to manage your projects and schedules in one easy-to-use Gantt chart. It doesn’t tabulate or have any of the extraneous bells and whistles that the Microsoft programs have, but for what Ganttic is meant to do, the bells and whistles are entirely unnecessary. You won’t be able to make charts out of the Ganttic, but if you’re looking for a way to compile your many projects and multitasking requirements into one easy-to-use database, look no further than this program.
Ganttic strives to be simplistic, and in that very simplicity is where Ganttic’s genius is found. After all, the task of managing your schedules and projects shouldn’t be complicated; you are employing a program to cover your schedules and resources so that you don’t have to do so. Anybody could agree with the fact that managing scheduling software should not be more complicated than managing the schedule itself. You will be both amazed – and appreciative – of the simplicity that Ganttic will bring to your every day managing.
Ganttic program developers believe that industries including construction companies, logistics businesses, equipment rental and software developers will find particular utility in Ganttic, but invite all companies who feel a need for such a program to give Ganttic a try. Their list of current businesses who use Ganttic to help manage their operations include churches, schools, laboratories, manufacturers, service providers, and design agencies – if any proof is needed to show that this is a versatile product that satisfies the diverse demands of a variety of companies, the laundry list of businesses who use and love it is more than enough!
The makers of Ganttic have yet another hook to pull in customers who might be hesitant at the idea of spending yet more money on another computer program: the program itself comes at no cost. The makers of Ganttic offer a 100% free of cost full-version package – not a demo – for up to five users and ten resources. It’s a completely free program, forever. If you are interested in purchasing the Ganttic for use for more than five people, pricing can be quoted at a per-seat basis. Additionally, there are also special offers available for especially large companies looking to purchase Ganttic at a per-seat basis of over 100 units.
Ganttic developers embarked upon the development of Ganttic after realizing that while most businesses use resource scheduling in their everyday life, the majority of those businesses still relay on emails, paper wall charts, notebooks, or simple spreadsheets to get their necessary tasks completed. Not only is it wasteful and difficult to appropriately organize business needs by using paper methods, it also seemed entirely unnecessary in the digital age. If modern day people can order coffee over the Internet, shouldn’t they also be able to organize their projects and resources into an easy-to-understand chart?
While programs of this nature certainly do exist, the developers of Ganttic found that the specialized tools for the task of organizing resources and schedules are often complicated and extremely expensive, and, as everybody knows, a tool that is too difficult for anybody to understand how to use it or prohibitively expensive for the majority of businesses is hardly a tool at all. The developers of Ganttic saw a niche area and sought to bring an affordable, simple, useful tool to the table that could appeal to a variety of users.
The result is a clean, easy-to-use program that can make scheduling easier for even the most fastidious customer.