Function Point Bridges Financial Visibility with Workflow Management for Creative Industry

By CIOReview | Friday, February 5, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: Function Point Productivity Software (fp.) is working on a ‘finance-first’ approach to further develop its project management software for creative agencies. Function Point provides all-in-one project management software designed for ad agencies, design studios, and internal marketing departments to streamline their business.

The company's procedure to meet its product vision is to keep on building and add to the product's connected financial reporting and project administration framework. Alongside enhanced monetary visibility at each stride, Function Point is streamlining the procedure, with the goal that users will just need to enter their information once. The objective is to make a strong client experience and make the procedure as basic as could be expected under any circumstances, to save time, and capital. With the drive towards a framework that characteristically coordinates a firm’s finance related segments with venture administration, Function Point foresees a future where organizations allude to ‘the fp. way’ of expanding business wellbeing and gainfulness.

To comprehend the progressing challenges confronted by creative agencies, the Function Point group is constantly captivating its customers. On the off chance that customers have thoughts or proposals, they can associate with Function Point in an assortment of ways, including an online entrance where they can submit thoughts or highlight demands. Each submission is considered, and gets an immediate reaction from Function Point's item group.

“It’s not just about managing projects; it’s about managing the projects to be profitable. Clients will have the ability to enter data and have different views, so they can see what they are planning, what their human resources are doing, and if they’re going to be profitable on the job in the planning stage. They’ll also be able to track the job along the way to continue to make sure it’s profitable,” says Tate Lillies, VP of Product.