InEight Inc., a global leader in capital project management software, on Oct. 6 unveiled the all-new InEight Document featuring a host of new capabilities as well as a ground-up user experience (UX) redesign powered by a simplified user interface (UI).
The new InEight Document UI makes collaboration easier for virtual teams while reducing the learning curve for product training and onboarding. The improvements also provide the ability to launch other InEight solutions from within Document, creating a deeper sense of connectivity and consistency with the rest of the InEight platform.
“We conducted extensive user research and testing to make the new InEight Document easier to use without compromising the best-in-class functionality customers have come to rely on,” Mark Edwards, chief delivery officer at InEight, said. “Now, when someone experiences the new InEight Document for the first time, they not only benefit from the same powerful features and field-tested DNA that have helped make us the de facto industry standard in project document management, they also get new capabilities, tighter integration with other InEight solutions and a modern UI that outshines and outperforms anything else in the market.”
Built with connectedness and collaboration in mind, the all-new InEight Document can save individual project team members up to two hours per week, including a 50% reduction in time spent searching for documents.
Noteworthy features and enhancements include a new UI/UX is more than a just superficial refresh, providing a more intuitive approach to managing project data while minimizing clicks, simplifying navigation and streamlining the overall Document experience. The software has the ability to save project, company and personal views of a project dashboard. This new feature allows the convenience of personalized data while avoiding the frustration of having to recreate work.
It also includes a quick launch configurable tool bar with customizable hotlinks for launching favorite modules, actions and reports, making it easier to find and access frequently used information.
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