Splitvice does what you expect from a project management tool
You can set up projects, split projects into tasks, assign responsibilities and tasks to staff members, monitor the current status, use time tracking and run clear reports. So far, so good. However, that is not enough for many medium-sized and large companies with several concurrent projects. To meet the specific requirements of these companies, we developed SplitVice.
The first project management tool with an integrated decision making support function
If you want to discontinue a (sub) project, change your priorities, shift your resources, conventional tools leave you in a state of uncertainty about the effects. The scenarios in Splitvice do show you the impact on all on-going projects, so the management can take the necessary measures well in advance.
Project planning without assigning individual members of staff
In certain project stages, you need to plan your project without being able to assign any resources yet. That is when you get stuck in many project management tools. Splitvice solves this by introducing roles you can assign to workflows and tasks. This allows you to set up projects without adding them to the to-do list of individual employees too soon.
Your information just the way you like it
Not everyone uses information on a screen in the same way. Some people like to use checklists, others prefer swiping or dragging in a graphical interface. SplitVice gives you the freedom to organise your information the way you prefer, based on your personal preferences. On a Kanban board or in lists.
Create and save process templates and save time
If your projects or sub projects have some predefined flows, SplitVice allows you to save these processes as templates to be used again in the future. To model processes SplitVice uses the proven Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) standard.
Yesterday's information will benefit you tomorrow
Splitvice makes it easy for project staff to add comments and hours worked to certain tasks. This allows you to build valuable knowledge on your current projects. You can then use this knowledge for the efficient planning, budgeting and implementation of new projects.