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ObjectGears

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ObjectGears
ObjectGears logo
ObjectGears logo
Developer(s)Terannum, s.r.o.
Stable release
1.7.0.0
Written in.Net
Engine
    Operating systemWindows
    TypeRapid application development
    LicenseProprietary
    WebsiteHome page

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    ObjectGears is a software tool for Rapid Application Development (RAD)) developed by Terannum]][1]). . Software contains implementation of various applications. ObjectGears supports and facilitates Project management a Requirements management and contains solutions for ITIL processes (Helpdesk, Incident management (ITSM), Problem management, Change management...) or Knowledge base. It provides flexible tools for collaboration and management of project tasks.

    Description[edit]

    • Quick application development within minutes and hours (Rapid Application Development)
    • Support for Project management (management of internal and external requirements, tasks and resources[2]), support of ITIL processes
    • Workflow management, Job management
    • Support of JavaScript and external modules
    • Strong support for localization
    • Monitoring and evaluation of resources
    • Provable project communication history, audit trail
    • Support for client service and Help desk
    • Sharing communication, information and documents in the team
    • Reports, KPI
    • Customer can monitor request solving and project status
    • Tasks by priorities or deadline
    • Full-text search, strong filtering tools
    • Project metrics

    History[edit]

    • ObjectGears 1.7., released on December 8th, 2017[3]

    References[edit]

    cs:ObjectGears

    1. https://www.g2crowd.com/products/objectgears/reviews
    2. CIO Business World: System of resource management in CSOB Leasing - case study Available online.
    3. Version overview Available online

    See also[edit]

    • ITIL
    • Help desk
    • Knowledge base
    • Bug tracking system

    External links[edit]


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