Cloudcamper Joins with Zoho For Cloud-based Partnership

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: July 26, 2011

Cloudcamper Joins with Zoho For Cloud-based Partnership

Cloudcamper, a European provider of cloud-based solutions and software, recently discussed how it uses Zoho Projects to coordinate a variety of activities between its different partners and contract developers.

Cloudcamper had a particular need for a cloud-based collaboration tool due to the distributed nature of the company. Zoho Projects allowed them to coordinate activities as a unified organization in a quick and efficient manner.

The company stated that it uses Zoho Projects to track the amount of time that people spend on different tasks. This information can then help determine whether a project is profitable or should be reconsidered. It also lets them know if they need to adjust price levels to reflect the amount of time that has been invested in a project.

Philip Debaere, a managing partner at Cloudcamper, spoke briefly about Zoho Projects in the press release. He stated that the application allowed them to see all their open projects in one view and eliminated the need for a shared spreadsheet. He also praised the strength and execution of the different features available.

Zoho Projects is a project management tool available through Zoho.com. The feature set includes task management, time tracking software, project reports, bug tracking software, and a meetings calendar.

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