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Today, Todoist announced the launch of Todoist for Business – an enterprise solution of its popular task management software. In its press release, the company reported that it would offer a new licensing pricing plan for businesses at a rate of only $3 per user, per month.

Todoist for Business offers companies the ability to simultaneously manage up to 80 projects, supporting up to 50 collaborators per project, which will allow companies to establish active collaboration across the enterprise. The licensing scheme also allows for up to 200 active tasks per project, providing teams and individuals within those teams access to manage and share tasks within each project.

Collaboration and Task Management

One of the biggest challenges for a large enterprise is to manage collaboration for teams that may be interspersed throughout many locations – sometimes across the entire world. The online Todoist for Business solution provides instant collaboration, file sharing and task management within those many teams.

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According to the company press release, Todoist for Business features include the following:

  • Centralized Employee On-boarding: Central management of team membership and invoice management.
  • Internal Collaboration: An internal contact management system that allows users to share projects with other workers throughout the enterprise simply by typing in the person’s name from the company contact list.
  • Task Management Tools: The heart of Todoist – managing sub-tasks, labels, filters and priorities within projects – all offered within a workplace context to provide powerful project management capabilities throughout the company.
  • File Sharing: ToDoist for Business allows collaborators to save images, documents, audio notes and more to any task via Dropbox and other cloud-based integration.
  • Cross-platform Synching: According to the company, Todoist for Business will run on 13 OS platforms, and includes plugins ToDoist Launches Integrated Outlook, Gmail and Postbox Plugins ToDoist Launches Integrated Outlook, Gmail and Postbox Plugins The team at ToDoist just announced a new plugin for Postbox, and a full rewrite of the ToDoist Outlook plugin, bringing ToDoist email integration support to the largest email platforms, including Gmail and Thunderbird. Read More for popular office software like Outlook or Gmail.

As part of its launch today, Todoist released a 1-minute video highlighting the ways that teams all across the corporation can collaborate and manage both simple and complex projects using the new Todoist for Business.

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Source: ToDoist | Image Credit: Goodluz at Shutterstock, ToDoist Screen Capture by Permission of ToDoist

  1. Justin William
    June 30, 2014 at 9:29 pm

    Why Employers Seek Certified Project Managers

    To understand why some employers have become so keen on certifications, it’s instructive to look inside technology juggernaut IBM.

    Steve DelGrosso directs IBM’s Project Management Center of Excellence and the IBM Global Business Services’ Project Management Competency. DelGrosso’s group oversees IBM’s professional development programs for project managers and establishes the methods and tools project managers use to run today’s array of tech projects. Of IBM’s 300,000 employees, 25,000 are classified as project management professionals, and more than half of them—14,000—hold PMI’s PMP certification, says DelGrosso (who’s one of those 14,000 PMPs).

    The number of certified project managers inside the company is growing, says DelGrosso, because clients want them on their projects.

    “The marketplace in the U.S. is demanding the PMP or other project management certification,” he says. “Going back five or six years, IBM has seen requests for proposals where the clients are demanding certified project managers be part of the proposal. If you can’t present a certified project manager on their deal, they won’t consider you.”

    DelGrosso says IBM’s customers and prospects are demanding certified project managers because they understand the importance of strong project management discipline in delivering successful projects. Those customers associate certification with discipline. Some IBM clients are promoting certification in their own organizations, and adds DelGrosso, they believe “that there is a qualitative difference overall between a pool of certified and non-certified candidates for a position.”In his own organization, DelGrosso says certifications are not a prerequisite for working in the Project Management Center of Excellence, though seven of the eight project managers it employs are certified. (The one project manager who is not soon will be, he adds.)

    “Being a certified project manager doesn’t necessarily make you better than any other project manager,” he says. “It just indicates that you have a certain level of knowledge and expertise, and that you can work proficiently in a project environment.”

    If recruiters are seeking certified project managers and you are not certified, PM Higher Learning can help you out. PM Higher Learning Try our free PMP quizzes to see what type of questions there are on the PMP exam. PM Higher Learning

  2. Justin William
    June 30, 2014 at 9:28 pm

    Why Employers Seek Certified Project Managers

    To understand why some employers have become so keen on certifications, it’s instructive to look inside technology juggernaut IBM.

    Steve DelGrosso directs IBM’s Project Management Center of Excellence and the IBM Global Business Services’ Project Management Competency. DelGrosso’s group oversees IBM’s professional development programs for project managers and establishes the methods and tools project managers use to run today’s array of tech projects. Of IBM’s 300,000 employees, 25,000 are classified as project management professionals, and more than half of them—14,000—hold PMI’s PMP certification, says DelGrosso (who’s one of those 14,000 PMPs).

    The number of certified project managers inside the company is growing, says DelGrosso, because clients want them on their projects.

    “The marketplace in the U.S. is demanding the PMP or other project management certification,” he says. “Going back five or six years, IBM has seen requests for proposals where the clients are demanding certified project managers be part of the proposal. If you can’t present a certified project manager on their deal, they won’t consider you.”

    DelGrosso says IBM’s customers and prospects are demanding certified project managers because they understand the importance of strong project management discipline in delivering successful projects. Those customers associate certification with discipline. Some IBM clients are promoting certification in their own organizations, and adds DelGrosso, they believe “that there is a qualitative difference overall between a pool of certified and non-certified candidates for a position.”In his own organization, DelGrosso says certifications are not a prerequisite for working in the Project Management Center of Excellence, though seven of the eight project managers it employs are certified. (The one project manager who is not soon will be, he adds.)

    “Being a certified project manager doesn’t necessarily make you better than any other project manager,” he says. “It just indicates that you have a certain level of knowledge and expertise, and that you can work proficiently in a project environment.”

    If recruiters are seeking certified project managers and you are not certified, PM Higher Learning can help you out. http://pmhigherlearning.com Try our free PMP quizzes to see what type of questions there are on the PMP exam.

  3. Kenley William
    June 5, 2014 at 11:20 am

    The PMP Certification establishes a common language among project managers and helps each other work within a common framework. Once you have the PMP, you need to consider how you're applying the processes, tools, and techniques to projects. I took a training course for my preparation in http://www.pmstudy.com and got ready for the exam on day 5!

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