Dapulse’s project management tool enables teams to track the status of their high-level goals while offering fine-grained management capabilities that makes project collaboration faster. While Dapulse can be used in software development, Australia-based Rescon Builders uses it to manage construction projects.
“We use Dapulse as a task management, project planning, and company portal,” Rescon’s Timothy Cocaro says. “Having different boards, we can easily create tasks that are department-specific, e.g., ‘administration,’ ‘construction,’ etc.”
Rescon has been using Dapulse for the past two years to track the overall status of projects and approvals for its granny flat construction projects. “Given the application is so visual and easy to understand, it acts as our company portal. All our staff can easily view, contribute, and comment on those boards they have access too,” Cocaro says.
“Like any app, there are always things you wish the application did that it doesn’t currently do,” Cocaro says. “However, many of the tweaks I hoped for in the early days have since been implemented [in Dapulse].”
“As a construction company it’s been a long-held view that traditional sequential development done typically through Gantt charts was the only way,” Cocaro says. “However, let’s face it; if it worked so well, projects would be delivered on time, on budget, and to specification.”
(Pictured above: Users can see an overview of all projects, comment on statuses, and search to get different views.)