The arena Of Lite Apps Continues: ClickExpress Launches – An App for Mobile Users

Small businesses and teams of people have had access to team management services for years – with 37 Signals suite of services being probably probably the most well-known.

However, we’ve recently started covering progressively more of those lite team management services. Because of the expansion and occasional barrier of entry to create good browser based services and the even faster growth of mobile only apps for iOS (Apple) and Android devices – largely – there are much more apps for sale.

SageOne  by Sage has recently come that you can purchase and that i now here their advertisements within the NY market. I’ve been using ASANA for some weeks, that is really only about task management, but it surely does work quite well for easy task management (and just a little more)

Just recently I saw the demo video for yet a brand new service – ClickExpress  Lite. You may read more about it from their press release below.

It’s so hard to inform WHICH one service is better to your business. You’ll find that such a lot of are good and yet not all will offer everything you desire, so explore and take a look at out about a for a couple of days and notice which one works right for you.

ClickExpress Lite allows users to quickly build teams of as much as 20 users and create, share and track tasks, work orders or simple to-do lists. Team
members can see the status of labor items and locations of alternative team members. All collaboration may be done in real-time via the app, which
integrates with Facebook to present a leaderboard of team performance.

“ClickExpress Lite is the precise entry point for small companies, project teams and even large families to use mobile task management
tools from the industry leader in enterprise mobile workforce management,” said Udi Keidar, Vice chairman Cloud Services, ClickSoftware. “This is our way of contributing our workforce productivity knowledge and best practices to the community at large.”

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