What does Vertabase do?
Vertabase performs project management, time tracking, and interfacing abilities with various Microsoft and Google programs. You can produce project and task management reports with the program as well as store documents related to the project. It allows for collaboration between members, budget management, resource allocation, and issue tracking. As an ambitious program, it hopes to accomplish many of the functions required to streamline the project management process.
As a project manager in Vertabase, your toolbar includes the following buttons: Projects, Issues, Users, Timesheets, Management Reports, and Admin. Each of these screens includes user-friendly interfacing and a variety of reports including Gantt Charts, late projects, where do we spend our time, and what everyone is working on. With relative ease, you can create a report that will guide your next team meeting, keep track of who is doing what, and manage time efficiently.
Vertabase team members have access to projects, issues, users, and timesheets functions. Under the projects screen, the team member has a list of projects for which he is responsible. From this screen, he can see the priority of each project, what the next deliverable is, the start and delivery dates, the client, the project manager, and links to pertinent information including documents, schedules and issues relating to the project. This allows any team member to see what she needs to complete at a glance.
Executives using Vertabase have access to projects, issues, users, and management reports. They can keep track of all projects undertaken by all project managers and keep track of what each of the users is working on. Clients also have access to Vertabase, with the ability to keep track of projects, users, and management reports. In keeping track of projects, they can see when they can expect to deliverables and keep track of selected users.