Thursday, April 17, 2008


Voice experiments for a new Project Management tutorial

Yet more serious stuff from Teamwork's developers :-D

Wednesday, April 09, 2008


Project management by e-mail

Project management and e-mail communication have a love-hate relationship; on the one side, e-mail is a bad idea for handling projects: A 10-to-1 rule of email based project management, and on the other side, it is the most comfortable mean of remote communication and information transmittal, sometimes even better then the browser, as it given less remote access problems.

Given the contemporary wave of "make it simple" software drafts hitting software aided project management, which easily gets too simplistic, tens of web based todo list softwares appeared, some of which try to handle matters through e-mail. Now if you try to use such things you'll end up in troubles fast, if only because you simply can't create and manage a project from an e-mail: projects, even very simple ones, need some structured data beyond name and the single person that has to do it, and you can't do this with an e-mail, unless you introduce a new syntax, and then you are deep into troubles.

So what we did is to let e-mail be a mean for handling additional information on a project already existing, like creating documents, issues, and todos: all this is explained at

and released since version 3.2.5.

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Monday, April 07, 2008


We use Teamwork's technology for all our services

I think that one of the reason why people could sort of trust us, is that we use Teamwork's technology for all our services: Teamwor's website runs on Webwork, which is the content management system built over the same platform as Teamwork (Teamwork's custom dashboards are actually a part of Webwork); Teamwork's forum is powered by the same application that runs Teamwork's project forums.
In some custome development, we integrated our worklflow engine, Flowork (based on JBPM) with Teamwork to manage complex flows; we have on line courses running on Learnwork, again the same technology. For our intranet we are empowering Teamwork's dashboard with Webwork in wiki mode. And there are many many many more.

Its funny to see development companies claiming to be technology leaders and not using their own technology for their own services..

Thursday, April 03, 2008


Teamwork review on Serbian PC World!

Well, we fortunately had a friend that translated it to us...
Here is the link:


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