A growing number of businesses are now using online task management software to transform how they operate. Organizations can grow as a whole if they become better at project management and increase key performance metrics. Enterprise task management software solutions make this possible.

Here are a few benefits:

Time is Money

The age old adage holds true for business success. The faster corporations process tasks the faster they grow and the more successful they are. One of the most obvious benefits of enterprise task management software is that they allow users to determine project initiation dates and deadlines more accurately. This allows employees to manage their time accordingly and complete projects on time.

Increase ROI

Incorporating workflow management software to streamline operations allows employers to increase profits while decreasing expenses since:

  • It eliminates routine micromanagement tasks that otherwise increase a project manager’s workload
  • It allows employees the chance to access previous projects through a single resource in order to prepare estimates
  • An easy-to-use interface spares management from expending company funds in training
  • Allows for accurate billing and customer quotations
  • Accurate data improves resource management

Project Collaboration

Larger projects often have to be delegated to more than one employee. It is also essential for said employees to collaborate on the projects in order to ensure that such tasks are completed on time and without errors. Online task management software makes this possible by allowing multiple users to share everything from updates to timelines and documents.


In order for collaborations to be possible, tasks have to be delegated. Sending countless e-mails for the process is time consuming. In addition, abilities and skills have to be analyzed before certain tasks can be delegated. Project management software allows managers to entrust tasks to appropriate employees. In this way, each employee has access to necessary data, information about pertinent topics and contacts if they have any questions or concerns.

Keep Track of Documents

Document management is a major part of project management that can easily be processed through cloud-based enterprise task management software solutions. Features such as check in and check out allow users to keep information updated.

Notifications and Reminders

Once new tasks are added to such software systems, it will automate notifications provided that notifications are activated. Human error cannot be avoided. An HR manager might forget to send an important e-mail to a candidate. Project management solutions can be programmed to send reminders on pertinent days. For example, if a project manager has not been coming to work on tasks, a simple automated e-mail reminder might remind him to get back on track.

Projects Based on Data

Tasks need to be completed under certain time limits. In order to determine how long each task in a project will take, data needs to be gathered. Enterprise task management software makes it possible for users to create schedules that are based on data without having to rely on vague estimates. Not only does this prevent errors it keeps projects within deadlines it ensures that projects are delivered on time while keeping ROI in mind.

Every obstacle in a project has the potential to cause chaos if it is not handled in a systematic way. Deliveries might be botched due to a missed e-mail. Documents might get lost. Schedules might be compromised to the wind in an attempt to initiate damage control. Enterprise task management software allows employers and employees to automate complex corporate processes thereby making them easier to manage.

About Josh Yeager, COO

As HighGear’s COO, Josh is responsible for managing the Product Development, Professional Services, and Customer Support teams. His eye for detail and quality are what drive the company forward in its pursuit of excellence.
He’s been at HighGear since the very beginning, helping to build it from the ground up as its co-founder. First, he was responsible for leading product design, but as the company and his experience grew, he took on more management responsibilities, eventually becoming HighGear’s Chief Operating Officer.
He’s a graduate of the University of Maryland. Prior to HighGear, Josh worked on veterinary pharmaceutical reference software and custom business applications.
He’s married to his beautiful wife, Tara, with whom he has four children. In his free time, Josh loves nothing more than enjoying a good book.

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