Spreadsheet-style interface for selecting, editing and manipulating data
Krawler has released Deskera Spring 2010, an integrated suite of enterprise applications featuring customer relationship management (CRM), accounting, project management, human resource management, learning management, and leave and attendance management.
The company said the the new version enhances the use of fully integrated web-based applications with a new drag-and-drop, integrated customisable dashboard for the entire suite. Users can view CRM, project, accounting, HR, and learning management activities in one place.
According to Krawler, the new suite includes an intuitive spreadsheet-style interface, which gives users click-and-type simplicity for selecting, editing and manipulating data in any way; conditional formatting; integration with Google accounts; and custom data entry headers.
The Deskera PM also includes Gantt charts and features a spreadsheet-like interface and a series of nested tabs, which give users instant access to all projects and the tools for each project. Additionally, projects can be moved between Deskera PM and other project management offerings. The Learning Management system helps users to manage learning processes across courses, faculty and students. The new version adds Twitter and Facebook-like updates-based learning and drag-and-drop content posting, the company said.
Krawler said that the human resource management system facilitates talent management including employee profiles, performance, recruitment and compensation and also offers integration with external job portals. Accounting software facilitates the recording and processing of all financial transactions and features a visual workflow and bank reconciliation functionality.
Shashank Dixit, founder and CEO of Krawler, said: “With Deskera, we’re redefining the on-demand enterprise application experience. Managing business process workflows is now easy with Deskera’s integrated applications and a user interface that lets customers reach nearly all the data they need in three clicks or less.”