Resource Capacity Planner – Get More Done With Less
Ganttic is an online resource capacity planner. Use it to balance resource demand with real-world availability. Meet project needs with the resources already on hand. Run more efficiently and achieve more with less.
Max Output, Less Burnout
Control underutilization, as well as the risk of burnout. Keep track of utilization for individual resources. Or monitor it across branches, departments, or projects with custom resource groupings.
Optimal utilization for stronger output!
Less is more!
Data-Driven Capacity Planning
Custom data fields help organize your human and non-human resources. Search, filter, and group according to your unique data. Always find the right resource for the job.
Use anything from:
- Skill sets
- Shoe size
Drag and Drop Scheduling
Be on top of changes without ever being under capacity. Drag and drop scheduling and rescheduling helps update plans at lightning speed. Keep up with last minute changes and client demands.
Capacity Planning for All Resource Types
Manage all your organizational resources in one tool. Plan capacity with a diverse range of resource types, including:
Efficient Utilization Reporting
Build and share capacity planning reports. Create custom templates, and automatic reports are sent directly to the recipients’ inboxes. Collaborate on the analysis. Plus, save time on tedious reporting.
Forecast Future Capacity
Get demand planning right. Resource capacity planning for the long and short term. Accurate forecasts help plan ahead. Or concentrate on optimizing the here and now.
Unlimited Users and Collaboration
Customize user rights and bring an unlimited number of users in on the planning. Multiple project managers can work together simultaneously. While the team, clients, and stakeholders can keep up on all the changes via alerts and push notifications.
An Overview that Prevents Oversight
A high-level overview of projects, tasks, and resources. Instant updates prevent resource stealing across projects and departments. While resource utilization graphs eliminate double-bookings.
Alternative to Spreadsheets
Capacity planning in Excel leaves you vulnerable to easily avoidable mistakes. Save time and import your spreadsheets directly into Ganttic. It’s just as flexible, with the right resource planning features you need.
Build a Unified Workflow
Ganttic integrates with all your favorite work tools. Sync with Google or Outlook Calendar. Connect to thousands of apps via Zapier. Create custom integrations with Ganttic API and develop a more efficient workflow.
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