Pelago Unveils Intervals
Web-based task and time management helps small businesses get a handle on where their time is being spent
Santa Barbara, CA – June 3, 2006 – Pelago launched Intervals, web-based task, time, and project management. Intervals was originally an internal project geared at solving Pelago’s own struggles tracking time, billing clients, and knowing where projects stood in real-time.
Intervals is ideal for service companies that bill based on hourly work, freelancers, and small businesses, but can be used by anyone that needs to manage tasks and track time. Intervals marries task management with easy-to-use timers to get accurate information about where time is being spent.
Pelago recently completed a successful three month beta program with Intervals. “I've needed this for so long. Intervals is quickly showing me where my time is going for good or bad“, Garth Humbert, beta program participant and principal of Carom (brand, print, and web communication). “It is super easy to get up and running! I was tracking clients, projects, time and money in a matter of minutes.”
• Hosted application (no software to install)
• Use it anywhere in the world that has an Internet connection
• No annual commitment (month-to-month)
• First 30 days free (try it before you buy it)
• Prices range from $20 per month to $175 per month
Answer questions like:
• Are we billing enough hours to break even?
• Are we over budget yet?
• Is our team being maximized?
• What the heck have I been working on?
• How much work did we get done this week?
Learn more about Intervals and try it free for 30 days at www.intervals101.com.
Pelago is a Santa Barbara, CA based web design and web development firm founded in 2000. Pelago specializes in helping businesses use the web to achieve their online goals. Clients include JD Power and Associates, Nexxus, Xplane, Network Hardware Resale, and TenetCare. Learn more about Pelago at www.pelagodesign.com.
For more information contact:
810 E. Montecito, Suite C
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
Phone: 805-568-5346 ext 114
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