Workfront offers several license types depending on the functionality each user requires. Full licenses provides robust, enterprise-grade project management tools for project managers, administrators, and executives, while other license types arm team members and internal/external collaborators with the functionality they need to track, approve, and plan their work. Contact Workfront for more pricing information.
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More than just a basic project management application, Workfront is a complete enterprise work management solution. Designed for mid-market and enterprise-level organizations, Workfront offers users robust PPM capabilities that allow to be managed from the top down, while also providing the ease of use and team collaboration capabilities that support work management from the bottom up.
Workfront encompasses all work, including planned and unplanned work, for technical users and business stakeholders, running all the way from initial requests through final reports. Among Workfront’s most innovative high-level features are project and portfolio management, resource management, workflow and automation, request management, approvals, notifications and updates, social collaboration, document management, reports and dashboards, time tracking, mobile access, and Agile project management capabilities.
Workfront provides organizations with a unified work environment where individuals and teams can connect across the work lifecycle. Workfront provides its users with complete project visibility, along with reporting tools for executives, stakeholders, and project managers.
The grass roots work management approach that Workfront utilizes is growing in popularity, as organizations of all sizes begin realizing the power of using a single system of engagement. In addition to facilitating project planning and management, Workfront enables the execution of all kinds of formal and ad hoc work using any methodology, including Waterfall, Agile, and a mix of the two.
By combining these benefits together with a variety of social collaboration features, Workfront has been able to design a solution that serves as an alternative to the disconnected tools that many organizations are accustomed to using.
Workfront was designed for mid-market and enterprise-level organizations. Within this sphere, Workfront has clients in virtually every vertical market, including IT, healthcare, financial services, public sector, manufacturing, marketing and advertising, and consumer packaged goods.
Workfront also has a dedicated focus on information technology (IT), solution implementation teams, in-house creative teams, and agencies–along with broad applicability to internal application development, new product development, and other enterprise use cases.
Workfront enables teams to work however they want, utilizing any methodology, including Agile, Waterfall, or a mix of the two. Die-hard Agile devotees can rely on Workfront to blend their chosen methodology with the convenience of an enterprise work management system.
Workfront’s Agile project management module combines the benefits of an Agile platform, while eliminating the communication barriers that often trip teams up. Workfront stands apart from competing solutions by supporting both Agile and Waterfall projects in a single product, leveraging native functionality, and at no additional cost. Most importantly, Workfront uniquely allows organizations to roll up Agile work into more traditional project plans, meeting the process needs of Agile development teams AND the data requirements of executives and business stakeholders doing milestone-based planning.
Resource management tools allow organizations to balance the workloads of individual employees or teams. Workfront’s Smart Assignments feature automatically suggests which employees would be best suited for specific tasks. Managers can quickly review what each employee has on his or her schedule before assigning any new projects.
See what each of your employees has on his or her plate before assigning new tasks. Enter the skills and the available time required to complete a certain task, and Workfront will quickly identify the individuals best suited for the assignment. In making these determinations, Workfront uses a combination of data and complex algorithms.
Projects are never static. Rather, they are living, breathing organisms that change and shift over time. Using Workfront’s project management features, groups can create task lists and assign tasks to specific individuals. Users can also view updates and issues in one, centralized place.
Using Workfront’s inline editing features, you can edit your list of tasks and adjust due dates based on realistic timelines and expectations. These changes are handled through real-time collaboration capabilities and an easy-to-use “My Work” screen, which eliminates the need for you to waste time navigating from project to project or page to page.
With Workfront, organizations can collect data and create customized views for complete visibility. Rather than spending hours compiling data, businesses are able to leverage Workfront’s reporting capabilities to keep on top of key metrics.
Select from the more than 50 out-of-the-box reports that come included with Workfront. You can customize any report using the platform’s drag-and-drop tools. You can also tailor reports with customized views and filtering based on user permissions and roles.
Workfront offers out-of-the-box integrations with Microsoft Outlook and document management solutions like SharePoint, Dropbox, Google Drive, Google Docs, and Box. Integration with ProofHQ is available to facilitate document review, markup, and approvals.
Workfront also features an open, RESTful API that allows partners and customers to easily integrate the application with third-party products and tools. Several of Workfront’s partners have leveraged its API to build connectors between Workfront and CRM solutions like Salesforce.com and PeopleSoft; Agile ALM tools like JIRA, and Microsoft Team Foundation Server; and ERP products like Oracle and SAP.
Workfront offers two primary license types: Plan licenses, which include advanced functionality for project and resource managers, and Work licenses, which provide functionality for team members and individual contributors. Workfront also offers a Collaboration package that enables occasional project participants—such as executive sponsors or external contractors—to submit and track requests; review, approve, and comment on tasks and projects; and leverage helpdesk capabilities.
Customers have the option to choose the optimal mix of each license type to meet their needs and adjust the mix based on actual usage. Workfront also offers optional add-ons for things like increased storage, digital proofing, premium-level support, post-implementation consulting, data encryption at rest, and additional sandbox entitlements.