Successful project management with Liquid Planner

I was told recently there is a certain inflection point a company reaches when it gets to about two employees. I certainly experienced this inflection point this year, w.r.t. dealing with projects and tasks. I decided to implement LiquidPlanner around Q2/2013, and am very happy with the decision.

(Note: I am not affiliated with LiquidPlanner in any way, none of the links in this are affiliate links, this is my own impartial opinion.)

The Problems

The Solution

Clearly there is enough information on the [LiquidPlanner homepage][1] for those who are interested. And there are other features such as time-tracking and financial estimations of remaining work which I am not using. But here are the key points regarding how I use it.

Here are the points I think are necessary to my workflow, and which LiquidPlanner does better than its competition:

Conclusions after 9 months

LiquidPlanner has found good adoption by my team, and has solved all of the above pain points. It has excellent customer support. We are happy with it and continue to use it. However,

This article is © Adrian Smith.
It was originally published on 9 Jan 2014
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