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Exclusive! Buckshot free CG Project Manager

It´s not Christmas yet, but Santa has come to visit this blog and brings an exclusive present for all readers! :-D

Marcus just sent this email for you all:
Hi there,
My name is Marcus. I've created a free CG Project Manager called Buckshot.

I used it a couple of years ago for the TV show Spartacus and it worked really well.
My aim is for us to all work together to create more open standards for our industry. I want to help individuals, teams and companies collaborate better and improve their efficiency. We need to be smarter not just cheaper.
The reason this system is revolutionary is that it's built entirely inside Google Apps and it's free. So if you use Gmail like some of the big studios do you're all set.

You can test it out for yourself at: http://links.vfx2.com/buckshot_light
This is an open project so we need your input to improve the system.
If you like it, you can also get on the free beta test programe for the full Buckshot system which utilizes:
- Agile Development
- Earned Value Management (with automatic invoicing)
- And Gamification


That's it. Merry Christmas, and please send any questions to our G+ community http://links.vfx2.com/buckshotCommunity

Marcus 
www.VFX2.com


I promised Marcus I would do my best to promote it, so go get it now, spread the word, and hopefully leave a comment to this post!

Comments

Kenley said…
More and more companies are trying to get nimble to enable them to respond to change with agility. Over the years, there has been a clear shift in momentum about the ways how companies manage projects. So, the project manager should be a PMP certified, who can better handle the planning, execution, and closing of any project. To get yourself prepared for PMP Certification, http://www.pmstudy.com is the best source.
The reason this system is revolutionary is that it's built entirely inside Google Apps and it's free. So if you use Gmail like some of the big studios do you're all set.

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