2017 is here. And, I can’t believe it.
Back in the 80s and 90s when one pondered 2017, it felt abstract and far away. It also conjured up images of hover boards, computer overlords, and scientifically produced nutrition being the norm.
Wait A MINUTE…
Maybe the future IS here.
The same holds true with business technology. Every year brings new capabilities and efficiencies that make the old stuff seem painfully outdated and unnecessarily laborious.
Wait A Minute…
Is that what you are still using for your project or process management system? Because, if so, I’m here to remind you of TaskRay: Modern Project Management in Salesforce.
TaskRay is the top-rated project management app on the Salesforce AppExchange. If you need project or process management in Salesforce (think onboarding customers, marketing projects, software development, HR projects, finance projects, professional services, and more) then TaskRay is the tool that will help you modernize and bring efficiency to your team, customers, and process.
Native to the Salesforce platform, TaskRay seamlessly ties with all of your other Salesforce data. Designed for use by real people (not computer overlords), it’s easy to install and learn. Our customers even tell us they LIKE using it. (Which is awesome, because we spend a lot of our waking hours at work. And, until we can clone ourselves which will be at least another 50 years away, that’s not changing anytime soon.)
Also, our company may produce a modern app, but, we still have some old-fashioned values such as a sales team that cares about you finding the right tool for your needs, a support team that wants to help you learn the tool and help you solve any issues you might have, an account management team that takes your business seriously, and a development team that is constantly working to deliver better features and keep it modern (TaskRay is completely Lightning-ready with 10+ Lightning components).
With a free 14-day fully functional trial, there is really nothing to lose. Except maybe out-dated technology, hours of extra work, and frustrated employees. We can’t remember the last time any of that was in style.