Task management software for teams

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Create tickets

Plan your tasks systematically, including all those affected.

Assign

Delegate tasks to suppliers and employees considering their availability.

Track

Put delegated tasks on resubmission and track the status of each task in real time.

Complete

Complete the processing of the task and automatically inform all concerned.

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Functional and simple

Allegra is the most powerful task management software on the market. It offers you high functionality with simple usability. Allegra integrates:

  • Personal tasks
  • Team tasks
  • Task templates
  • Delegate tasks
  • Task reports
  • Getting Things Done
  • Tasks on the calendar
  • Tasks with time tracking
  • Gantt chart
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Areas and operations

Use "areas" to map projects, portfolios, and organizational or geographical structures hierarchically.

Use "processes" to map everything else hierarchically. Examples of processes include:

  • Tasks (can be planned, useful in task management and project management)
  • Action points (cannot be planned, useful in task management)
  • Tickets (help desk and service desk)
  • Bugs (Issue Tracking, Bug Tracking)
  • Requirements (ALM, requirements management)
  • Meeting minutes

 

Task management software improves your processes

With our task management software, you can reach:

  • Overview and transparency in task management
  • Shorter meetings
  • Better resource utilization
  • Traceability
  • More satisfaction within the team

Systematic and methodical

Allegra is not a toy. Everything is well thought out and complete. Allegra integrates:

  • Scrum and Kanban for agile project management
  • Getting Things Done (GTD) for systematic task categorization
  • Earned value method for progress control
  • Gantt chart for easy planning
  • Resource allocation diagram
  • RACI matrix for a unique authorization system
  • UML state diagrams for workflow definitions

Everything is packaged so that you can use Allegra intuitively!

Getting Things Done for teams

Task management personally and in a team: With the Getting Things Done method, you classify everything that appeals to you. For each task you can, for example, set a personal follow-up date and a different date for your colleague. With the GTD method, you structure your work and master your projects.

You can delegate tasks while still keeping an eye on them, even if you are no longer the processor.

Automated workflows

With Allegra, you can automate your workflows without having to program anything. Automatic answering of emails, resubmissions, escalations, and approval processes lightens your workload and relieves you of having to do many tasks. The graphical workflow editor and the Allegra Task Engine makes it easy for you and your team to automate complex tasks.

Task management software for on the go

For task management on the go - with your smartphone, iPhone, tablet or iPad. Mobile access to project data promotes teamwork, even when team members are not on site. The Teamgeist mobile app is free. With Allegra's task management app, task management is fun.

Task management mobile application

Task management with RACI

Through RACI, every process has an agent (Responsible), a manager (Accountable) and possibly a number of consultants (Consulted) and those to be informed (Informed).

This allows you to control access authorizations and automatic notifications incredibly precisely and flexibly.

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Quickly check out Allegra with our demo installation or download Allegra and install it on your computer.

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What is task management?

Task management is more than a to-do list for task management. It means tracking tasks from start to finish, delegating sub-tasks to teammates, and setting deadlines to ensure that projects are completed on time. Task management tools and task management software, such as Asana, enable teams to work more productively and efficiently.

Why do you need team task management software?

Do you waste time organizing sticky notes, searching your emails, and to-do lists? Are you trying to figure out what to work on first? Then you need a single central task management solution to prioritize your tasks, manage your time and meet your deadlines.

The main advantages of task management software

Keep all tasks in one place

Save time, avoid loss of work and information, delegate and track tasks to meet your schedule and deadlines.

Prioritize your work

Tracking tasks allows anyone to identify tasks that are more important than others or take up more time, so teams can plan their time and meet deadlines.

Improve collaboration

Share files, feedback, ideas, and more so teammates can access the same pool of knowledge at any time.


See all your daily to-do tasks in one place, set deadlines and reminders to get things done.


Work with teammates to share ideas, feedback, knowledge (and more) and keep everyone up to date.


Assign other tasks and sub-tasks and track progress to ensure that nothing is forgotten.

Result-oriented teams trust Allegra

 

As of today, manage your tasks with Allegra.

... and do more.

 

Task management includes the planning, administration, monitoring and implementation of tasks.

Task management is often part of project management and process management. The aim is to complete tasks in an agreed framework.

Task management software can either help individuals achieve goals, or groups of individuals can collaborate and share knowledge to achieve collective goals. Tasks also differ in complexity from low to high.

Effective task management requires management of all aspects of a task, including status, priority, time, allocation of human and financial resources, repetition, dependency, notifications, etc. These can be summarized in the basic activities of task management. The management of several individual or team tasks can be supported by specialized software, e.g. B. workflow or project management software. In fact, many believe that task management should serve as the basis for project management activities. Task management software can be part of project management and process management and serve as the basis for an efficient workflow in an organization. Project managers who adhere to task-oriented management have a detailed and up-to-date project schedule and are usually good at leading team members and driving the project forward.

As a discipline, task management encompasses several key activities. There are various conceptual structuring approaches that always include creative, functional, project, service and service activities at a high level.

  • Creative activities relate to the creation of tasks. In context, this should enable task planning, brainstorming, creation, elaboration, clarification, organization, reduction, targeting and preliminary prioritization.
  • Functional activities relate to personnel, sales, quality or other management areas in order to ultimately ensure the production of end products and services for the supply to customers. In context, they should enable you to schedule, report, track, prioritize, configure, delegate, and manage tasks.
  • Project activities concern planning and time and cost reporting. These can include several functional activities, but are always larger and more expedient than the sum of their parts. In connection with project activities, project tasks should be broken down, which are also referred to as the work breakdown structure, task assignment, cross-project inventory and simultaneous access to task databases.
  • Service activities relate to the provision of services to customers and internal companies, including customer relationship management and knowledge management. In context, this should allow file attachments and links to tasks, document management, access rights management, inventory of customer and employee data, order and call management and annotation tasks.
  • Performance activities relate to tracking performance and performing assigned tasks. In this context, they should enable tracking, cost control, stakeholders and priority.
  • Charts, exportable reports, status updates, appointment adjustments and activity logging. Report activities relate to the presentation of information about the other five activities listed, including the graphical display.