Ryver combines communications and task management into one sturdy and highly versatile package designed for professional, educational, and non-profit organizations of any size.
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Overall Opinion: For professionals looking for solid and reliable communications platforms, there's no lack of options available. The same is true of task management software. These two varieties of software are in such high demand that creating platforms to facilitate them have blossomed into cottage industries. Ryver's entry in the market brings something new to the marketplace by stepping back and evaluating the situation. For businesses to effectively run, they need both systems in place, and oversight and communications are two optics that necessarily operate in tandem with one another. Ryver's goal is to create a singular platform that allows business leaders to combine the most necessary aspects of both worlds and integrate them into a single piece of software. The Ryver ecosystem is complementary. Communications through their chat interface allows team members to provide the insight and milestones necessary to put together a management plan, and continued progress over the course of assigned projects are facilitated between open communications. How we communicate with our coworkers is situational, and Ryver understands that different mediums are necessary for different objectives. When you need open dialogue between every member of your team, it's easy to establish an open forum. Whether you're looking to take suggestions for your new project or plan out its feature set, the forum is a great choice that allows everyone to collaborate. Once objectives and teams are formed, you can transition to private teams, to compartmentalize the goals of each, keep everyone on task, and prevent too much clutter from big picture issues. Direct messaging is also available when sensitive or highly specific conversations need to occur. The chat interface also allows the sharing of files, and everything shared is stored in the database to ensure that you don't lose the files your team needs even over an extended period of time. The beauty of Ryver's interface comes from how the chat system interacts with the management system. To put things simply, it's hard to tell where one ends and the other begins. Once project objectives are determined, they're broken up into tasks. These display by default as task boards, and for most practical purposes they're indistinguishable from the chat interface. Managers can assign tasks to individual members of teams, where everyone assigned involvement in the task can communicate. By integrating the two systems together, it turns every aspect of the project into a conversation while also maintaining an orderly system of control. Each of these tasks can be further broken down into checklists, so everyone involved can stay on top of affairs and enjoy the satisfaction of getting one step closer to the goal line. Alerts can also be set for tasks where time is of critical importance, and tasks can be displayed as a list rather than a board. Each user's dashboard displays their tasks neatly on a cheat, and clicking on it gives them access to the conversation and checklists contained within. Managers looking to involve themselves more deeply in the process can involve themselves in whatever projects they'd like, and new members can be added to the team to assist or lend temporary advice as needed.
Pros: Fuses two critical aspects of the work environment into a single product Task boards provide a new spin on the interplay between management and conversation Dashboard is objective oriented and cleanly displayed
Cons: Administrators can't moderate user posts Requires a fee when trying to integrate six or more services through the API
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