While looking over the shoulders of a few new and long-time users, we realized Planscope might be a bit confusing at first to navigate. When dealing with a relatively complex application like project management, you need all the simplicity you can get–especially when you’re working with busy clients who might not have the patience or incentive to learn that you might. So, we’ve simplified the navigation scheme and added a few conveniences, too.
We’ve added cost details to tasks and milestones, improved project management settings, made the Dashboard more helpful and fixed some bugs.
It’s been a busy few weeksIt’s been a whirlwind few weeks since taking on Planscope. To start with, I’ve been meeting with some of Planscope’s customers and trial users to find out how Planscope is doing from their point of view. And while the overall opinion of Planscope is generally very good, these conversations have led to some … Continued
We’re excited to announce that Planscope has been acquired by software developer and entrepreneur, Josiah Johnson. Having been a freelancer and consultant in the past, and as a long-time developer, Josiah is excited to further grow Planscope. Background After graduating from Cornell University, Josiah went on to take several leadership roles in software development, including technical … Continued
This year has been a busy year for the Planscope team. We’ve quadrupled our team size, redesigned the entire product (inside and out), and recoded a lot of the functionality that syncs your work with our database, shows your clients and team changes in realtime, and so on. Growing the team Since the beginning, Planscope’s … Continued