Ganttic is an intuitive real-time planner for resource planning, employee scheduling, team management and work collaboration. Made to replace Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Project for resource planning purposes, Ganttic is built to solve collaboration and functionality issues. Users are able to exercise full control over their data and team while working on the same plan from multiple locations. The society is located in Tartu, Estonia.

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  • Firstly, we would like to apologize that we weren’t there for you this morning (or during the weekend if you are one of those outstanding people that use resource planning tools during non-business days) when you first logged into Ganttic. We totally should have been there yelling surprise and throwing confetti around. But we weren’t. And we’re sorry. Secondly, yes, the planner looks quite a bit d...

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  • When taking over an existing project, it’s important to get yourself up to speed with everything that’s going on. The first week after being assigned to the project is often the most stressful one. You know you are going to have to seem confident and yet you are even sure what you are being confident about. You don’t know anything about the project. Maybe you are not even familiar with the team. T...

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  • In Ab Ovo we had the opportunity to meet Edmond, Freek, and Jeroen. Freek is responsible for the business department and Jeroen is development manager in the same business unit. Edmond is a project manager in Ab Ovo and the one that introduced Ganttic to their team. Could you describe what your company does?Ab Ovo provides innovative business and software solutions. At the moment, Ab Ovo is a key...

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  • For Innopolis Engineering™ Ganttic is the main planning tool In Innopolis Engineering™ Ganttic had the chance to meet with Lauri Reinart who is the Chief Structural Engineer in Innopolis Engineering. Innopolis Engineering™ is a Scandinavian and Baltic Architecture and Engineering Company. They have offices in Stockholm, Tallinn, and Tartu with about 35 employees. ...

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  • Do you know the feeling when you have found the perfect resource planning software and then you find out that the bastards that develop it haven’t added the Outlook Calendar sync and you REALLY need it? They even have Google Calendar sync but it’s not the same and you need to sync your resource plans to Outlook Calendar. You ask about it, and they say that the feature is in the pipeline. You wait....

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  • "O tempora o mores" as said Cicero or “Oh time settings, oh resource plans” as we say here at Ganttic. No one in our office has actually ever said that. However, maybe it really should be a saying here since all the resource planning you do in Ganttic is based on time settings. As you already know, you can set general business days for your organization as well as resource specific business days f...

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  • If you have to plan resources on a daily basis, it can get a bit tedious. Making sure that the communication plan is being followed and the information you have is sufficient. Allocating resources and then reallocating them while trying to make the right decisions for your project portfolio. Everything according to the priorities. Taking every manager's needs into account. Some days, you daydream ...

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  • If you are using resource planning software to make schedules for your projects in an organization that has a common resource pool, you are used to seeing all kinds of different resources. Of course, in Ganttic you can schedule all kinds of resources like rooms, machinery or equipment. However, mostly you are dragging and dropping tasks for people. Now, you saw the title. Your resources as your fr...

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  • Although the best way to plan resources is with Gantt charts and a software that’s flexible enough for all the data you have, on an individual level, Google Calendar is the royalty of making plans. You can be as detailed as you want. You can schedule tasks like “Take a power nap” without it making to the project status report. In addition to the bigger tasks, you can draw up a daily to-do list. Yo...

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  • Managing a project portfolio is all about balance. You have a number of projects that all compete for scarce resources. You must manage interfaces between projects, prioritize resources and balance responsibilities against corporate objectives. All that to maximize the value of the portfolio, link the portfolio to the strategy, and balance the portfolio. A big part of that balance is scooped from ...

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  • Ganttic is a resource planning software that you can use for scheduling people, rooms, equipment, machinery etc. Ganttic knows how to handle enterprise level data - with filtering and different views of your plans, you will have a good overview of your plans. All the changes made in Ganttic appear real-time which makes reallocating resources smooth and diminishes miscommunications. You can choose...

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  • Ganttic is a resource planning software that does an equally good job at planning people, equipment, machinery, vehicles, rooms etc. Ganttic's planner is easily customizable. You can set levels of permissions and track history of all your projects, resources, and tasks. With Ganttic's resource planner, you can control the workload using utilization percentages, and track used time. For each resou...

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  • Ganttic had the opportunity to visit KiteTeam in Madrid. KiteTeam is one of the most proactive users of Ganttic in terms of giving constant feedback on how to make Ganttic an even better resource planning tool. The company itself is a video game localization company that has offices in Spain, Mexico, and Brazil. Guitar Hero, Final Fantasy, Halo, and Call of Duty are just a few examples of many. So...

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  • As it always is with updates, I’m going to tell you how resource planning with Ganttic is going to get easier for you. But first, I want to build up to a tree fact. Most of you have heard that you can’t import Kinder Eggs to the United States. However, did you also know that you can’t import absinthe to the US? Or that you can’t import lottery tickets to the Philippines? Or a pufferfish across the...

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  • I’m going to be honest here. I would prefer a whiteboard over any software for planning anyday. Not because I don’t believe there is a software out there that is good enough for me. I know there is a lot of good planning tools out there whether you need something to create to do lists for yourself, need to make plans for a small team, manage a project portfolio or plan hundreds of resources. Howev...

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  • I stumbled upon a research paper by Zohar Laslo titled Project portfolio management: An integrated method for resource planning and scheduling to minimize planning/scheduling-dependent expenses. Of course, I was intrigued and had to read it. How couldn’t you if it’s a paper on PPM and resource planning and it’s about keeping your projects in the budget. The method that is suggested in the paper is...

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  • Traditional offices, with cubicles and individual offices, are less common today than they were even a decade ago. Open offices with high ceilings, long tables, and minimal partitioning are becoming the new norm. However, there has been a significant amount of pushback on the open office layout, in favor of traditional individual offices.A key driver of this transition is due to an increased need ...

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  • Companies usually have teams to complete important jobs in a much effective and faster way. A team means combined efforts, knowledge, energy, and skills, and if the people in a team are fully motivated, then they can accomplish anything that they would want to.If you want to motivate your team, here are some tips you can follow to help them be more driven and enable them to do their best every tim...

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  • Motivating your talented and extraordinary workers cannot be done with conventional rewards like company hosted retreats and free lunches alone. Rather, you should implement better technology in the workplace. With the right software, hardware, networking and mobile tools, you will increase the productivity of your best workers significantly. ...

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  • If you have been using Ganttic for some time now, you already know we are about constant improvement. Since we started in 2002 we are now hitting puberty. Luckily, in our case, it doesn’t mean moodiness and slamming doors. Not even slow processing or bugs in the code or missing resources or projects. It’s something entirely else. It’s every mother’s worst nightmare. We changed our look. And, ooooo...

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  • Employee onboarding processes are more important now than ever before because people are changing jobs more often today than they were just a couple of decades ago. Employees want to feel valued by their new employer and understand exactly what the expectations will be. Planning ahead for proper onboarding is key to ensuring a smooth transition for new hires and starting them on the right path tow...

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  • If you came across this article, you are probably on the lookout for a Gantt chart software. Since it’s going to be a long ride for you I’m going to start with a fun fact. Gantt charts weren’t actually invented by Henry Gantt but a polish man named Karol Adamiecki. They are called what the are today because Gantt made them famous in western countries. I personally am quite sad about it. I think it...

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  • A lot of literature on project management has been focusing on the importance of scheduling to make a project to succeed. You probably already know that it's not all there is to it. Don't get us wrong, being a resource planning software, we think it's really important to schedule. And according to an old but still relevant article by Belassi and Tukel, it was important 20 years ago, too. However, ...

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  • Have you ever heard about The Forty Elephants Gang? They were a gang of British ladies cooperating with a gang of men, and together they robbed the shops of Britain between the 1870s and the 1950s. They would dress in impeccable clothing, and steal goods worth of thousands of pounds. They often got caught but always managed to bail themselves out of the mess.     ...

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