Managing projects is a difficult, and often boring process, which makes it difficult for developers to cherry pick a blockbuster, or balance between simplicity and functionality, if you prefer to put it that way. Therefore, when a product is being tagged as a master of the project management craft, the company behind it perceives that as the ultimate accomplishment of its objectives. Our company had such an experience just recently, and we couldn’t be happier to share the good news with our users.
Thanks to its impeccable functionality, Binfire was spotted by one of the most popular software review platforms FinancesOnline.com. In their Binfire reviews a team of SaaS and B2B experts examined the features and benefits of our product very carefully. They were so impressed with Binfire, in fact, that they decided to award it with two of its prominent SaaS awards. At the moment, our handy project manager is a holder of the Great User Experience Award and the Rising Star Award for 2016. As the review team explained, Binfire did an impressive job meeting user expectations from the very first moment it was launched, and made it to the list of most recommended apps in the best project management software category sooner than anyone expected.
According to FinancesOnline, Binfire combined all imperative project management methodologies under a single roof, which made it attractive to all businesses from all scales and industries. They highlighted our distinctive benefit of being able to apply Work Breakdown Structures on complex projects in order to segregate them to subtasks, and trigger notifications on the member’s dashboard whenever some of the subtasks is delayed. Experts were also impressed by the collaborative makeups and neat storage, where a number of detailed filters help users locate information in less than no time. What was particularly pleasant to hear is how experts praised the configurability of user roles and permissions, a feature they wouldn’t trade even for the newest methods for collaborative project planning.
In our case, it meant that the long and excessive research on what project-orientated businesses missed in their traditional systems resulted in comprehensive suite that achieved exactly what it was designed for. Praised for our hard work, we promised the SaaS experts that we’re not going to stop improving our product, and we want to do the same with our current and prospective users: expect nothing but spotless performance folks, the best is yet to come!