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Development begins of new project management tools for MaestroLIVE

This module we are particularly excited about. Think Microsoft Project, but embedded in MaestroLIVE.

Wow. Just realised it has been almost three months since my last missive. I can assure you it was not because we are bored writing up blogs, just that we have been flat out delivering new functions and features to our clients.

Since my last comments we have been busy releasing a whole series of specialised MaestroLIVE modules for the road maintenance businesses that use MaestroLIVE, these modules include:

  • Street Lighting
  • Proactive maintenance
  • Structures
  • Weed Spraying
  • Street Cleansing
  • MC3 (public enquiries portal)
  • Highways

These modules are all able to use the Mango mobile client, along with the workflow manager, Budget Manager and Scheduler, meaning you now have all the modules you need to manage and maintain any term maintenance contract with any client.

Now we have that major delivery out of the way, we are now working on a comprehensive project planning tool.

This module we are particularly excited about. Think Microsoft Project, but embedded in MaestroLIVE. You will be able to create projects in the traditional way, defining the tasks, lead and lag times, resources needed, etc. You will be able to define sub projects and sub tasks. You will be able to ascertain the critical path and create baselines. All within the MaestroLIVE platform - this you will also be able to visualise your resource availability, understand how the project will impact your current workload, see the “hot spots” where you might need more resource, or reschedule work as required.

Because the project task is just another task, the MaestoLIVE Mango client is able to handle project tasks too - and users will be able to tell the server if there are

  • In Transit
  • On site
  • Paused
  • Pending - waiting for parts
  • Closed

Durations can be calculated, resources used defined, and all sent back to the central server ensure schedules and costs can be monitored and managed in real time.

This module shows once more just how versatile the MaestoLIVE platform , and we think this is a real differentiator for MaestroLIVE. We look forward to getting user feedback when we release the “Schemes” module, currently scheduled for early 2017.

MaestroLIVE Developments

An update on functionality developments for the MaestroLIVE platform.

User interface enhancements - Filter panel and Multi Select

MobileWorks is continuously striving to improve the usability and functionality of MaestroLIVE, the latest changes are to the filter panel, multi select and actions.

Development begins of new project management tools for MaestroLIVE

This module we are particularly excited about. Think Microsoft Project, but embedded in MaestroLIVE.

MaestroLIVE RoI calculation

A guide to calculating the true cost benefit of using MaestroLIVE with some surprisingly good results...

Record visits and communication in MaestroLIVE's CRM

This new feature allows you to record and monitor contact related activity for building up a rich record of how you are interacting with the people in your CRM.

MaestroLIVE delivers more value to BIDs and town centres.

Since launching MaestroLIVE in late February this year, we have been working hard to deliver yet more features specifically designed for BIDs and Town Centres.

MaestroLIVE - future proofing for BIDs.

Here are few interesting notes about BIDs starting with a little history, a high street review in the UK and some comments on the internet.

BID Levy Forecasting Announced

Announcing new BID Levy forecasting tools for BIDs and Town Centre Management companies.

MailChimp integration with MaestroLIVE CRM

You are now able to update CRM business and Contacts with the details of any email created within your Mailchimp application.

MaestroLIVE Official Launch

MobileWorks today announces the launch of our flagship cloud subscription product - MaestroLIVE.

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Construction

For an automated workflow disruption solution, use MaestroLIVE to get stalled workflows working fast with large cost saving advantages.

Shopping Centers

Plan your maintenance schedule, respond to urgent issues and consistently deliver opening and closing routines.

BIDs

Coordinate street cleaning and maintenance to improve the BID area and allow members to report issues directly into the workflow.

Highways

Schedule work, resources and materials for highways mainteance projects. Use asset management for streetlighting and signs.

Public Spaces & Parks

Reduce downtime and improve communication between managers and workers. MaestroLIVE offers a simple solution to coordinating tasks.

Local Authorities

Integrate seamlessly with third party suppliers and use MaestroLIVE to effectively measure SLA compliance.

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This module we are particularly excited about. Think Microsoft Project, but embedded in MaestroLIVE.

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MobileWorks is continuously striving to improve the usability and functionality of MaestroLIVE, the latest changes are to the filter panel, multi select and actions.

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A guide to calculating the true cost benefit of using MaestroLIVE with some surprisingly good results...

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This new feature allows you to record and monitor contact related activity for building up a rich record of how you are interacting with the people in your CRM.

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Here are few interesting notes about BIDs starting with a little history, a high street review in the UK and some comments on the internet.

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