Mobility Enhancements Put Critical Information in the Hands of Executives and Employees
Today's business users are increasingly mobile -- working from anywhere in the world on a device of their choosing, and they have a growing reliance on these mobile devices to perform business tasks. With the increased adoption of tablets in the business world, busy executives now have critical business information at their fingertips. Smartphones and tablets also help services team members working on customer sites to stay connected to the business and manage daily tasks. Building on its mobility strategy, the latest edition of Changepoint now offers:
Changepoint on the Tablet
- For the executive
-- View Changepoint dashboards and portlets, access approvals and participate in workflows -- View key business metric analytics with the ability to drill through to information such as project/customer profiles
- For the end user
-- Time and expense entry -- View Changepoint dashboards and portlets, access approvals and participate in workflows -- View key business metric analytics with ability drilling through to such elements as project/customer profilesChangepoint Smartphone New Enhancements
- The latest edition of Changepoint introduces expense entry, including the ability to attach pictures of receipts.
This extends Changepoint's existing smartphone capabilities, which already offer:
-- Timesheet -- Task profile and statusing -- Support, change, risk and issue management ticket reporting -- Visibility to view and action requests initiated by and/or assigned to individuals -- Perform actions on reminders related to time, expense or workflow approvals -- Quick search requests or tasksAdditional Usability Improvements As outlined in our roadmap, Changepoint continues to invest in improving usability for Project Managers, evident by the inclusion of project worksheet enhancements in areas such as interactive Gantt support and critical path. Portfolio Managers will benefit from the ability to define and update scenarios containing all types of demand in an intuitive user interface.