User adoption is critical to the success of any software implementation. Birdview PSA minimizes the learning curve by offering a personalized experience for each team member based on their visual preferences (Table, Gantt, Kanban, Calendar) and level of project management savviness.
With Birdview PSA, managers can create, customize, and approve project plans in a matter of minutes. Every project and related activities can be viewed, filtered, or assigned within a single dashboard.
The platform's functionality helps drive efficient collaboration between team members and allows them to provide project status updates and track their working hours quickly.
Having a centralized location for all communications and files keeps all team members on the same page, saves time, and reduces the chances of things slipping through the cracks.
Both at the project and task level, team members can post messages and request approvals to keep the information consistent and accessible to everyone involved.
Birdview also allows users to attach and share different types of files with the rest of the team. All changes and communications are time-stamped and you can always reference the project's history for audit or compliance purposes.
Having a formal approval process helps eliminate confusion both internally and externally.
Birdview PSA features a simple yet powerful approval workflow that adds discipline and an audit trail to the delivery acceptance process.
With Birdview PSA team members can request and track approvals from multiple stakeholders. When reviewing images, users can add annotations and instantly provide feedback. All key actions and changes in a project are recorded and tracked via the audit log.
Scope creep is real. If the project scope is not controlled properly, costs can balloon, and the schedule can slip.
Birdview PSA allows teams to efficiently manage any out-of-scope requests or issues. With the Client Portal, all new requests and issues are submitted through a single centralized location.
Each request can be triaged and approved before the project plan is updated. With a detailed audit trail, it’s easy to bill for out-of-scope enhancements or justify schedule changes.