Can Do planning tool awarded the BITMi’s “Software Made in Germany” stamp of approval
- Proven project management software with competent client service
- Third award for the planndsfdsing tool this year
The project management software of the Munich-based Can Do GmbH has been awarded the “Software Made in Germany” stamp of approval by the federal association for medium sized IT businesses, the Bundesverband IT-Mittelstand e.V. (BITMi). “By awarding this prize, the Bundesverband IT-Mittelstand e.V. underlines the quality of German software products”, emphasised Dr. Oliver Grün, president of BITMi and chairman of GRÜN Software AG, when handing over the seal of approval to Can Do. According to the BITMi president, the Can Do project intelligence software combines all the qualities required of a successful software at an international level. He continued by explaining that the solution is also backed up by competent client service and has already successfully proven itself in practice.
The Can Do project intelligence project management software supports medium and large enterprises in the professional realisation of projects. The tool provides comprehensive resource management for optimum utilisation of staff in multi-project management and in the coordination process between project and line. In addition, the project software allows one to work with realistic data and values such as “Project launch: 3rd Quarter 2014” or “Effort: 200-220 days”. Comprehensive functions in the fields of portfolio and budget management make Can Do project intelligence a complete industrial software package.
The “Software Made in Germany” stamp of approval is already the third award that Can Do’s project management software has won this year: The project management tool was one of the three best products in the ERP category of the IT Innovation Prize and, in the competition “German Industry Prize” Can Do project intelligence also received the “Best of” title.
The Bundesverband IT-Mittelstand e.V. (BITMi, www.bitmi.de) is the only professional IT association that represents the interests of medium-size enterprises exclusively. BITMi consists of both its direct members and BITMi-associated organisations. The association thus represents the interests of more than 800 medium-sized IT companies in Germany with a turnover of more than one billion Euros.