Imulus has introduced Stacks, a visual web application for group task management that is developed to run on Microsoft ASP.NET and designed to visualise workload using an interface.
The company claims that the new application reduces email and improves team accountability and solves the problem of task assignment and workload balancing without the need to refer to Gantt charts. The Imulus team is building both a Smartphone enabled version and iPhone application for future release.
Imulus said that it facilitates new tasks to be added, modified, or completed within seconds. In addition, its customisable alerts inform users when tasks are assigned or completed, and the dashboard indicates the entire team’s workload.
George Morris, co-founder of Imulus, said: Stacks grew out of our need to juggle a multitude of client requests on a daily basis. Existing project management tools were too complex and confusing, so we built our own.
“With Stacks it takes one glance to instantly decipher what everyone is working on, and get a project status every moment of the day. You don’t need to be a project manager to figure it out. We have hosting companies, marketing firms, universities, and engineering firms using Stacks on a daily basis.