At TeamGrid we are striving to develop the most advanced agency software on the market. The upcoming Resource Management feature for TeamGrid perfectly illustrates this goal. In this article I would like to share with you our thoughts and decisions about resource management with TeamGrid.
As you may have noticed, we have decided to make some new changes to our blog. Our colleague Maik has spent the last few days adapting the page to visually match our TeamGrid design.
We also now feature the blog in the English language!
As a founder of a SaaS service myself, you need to think about how you can enable your potential customers to test your software. Learn what I learned with TeamGrid and how our test phase works today.
At the end of 2016, we published our Zapier integration. Since then, hundreds of Zaps have been created to help our agencies automate various processes across apps. Today we present a significant further development of our Zapier integration.
Since our launch in November 2015, our website has not changed much. I was never really satisfied with the design of our website and had decided to publish a new website for TeamGrid later this year. Well, after a few months of constant work, yesterday was the day - the new website is online and we all hope that you will like it.
In the last months our blog has stopped. However, this does not mean that nothing has happened at TeamGrid. The opposite is the case - we have tackled many important structural issues and laid the foundations for further developing TeamGrid in the future even more efficiently. Nevertheless, we promise improvement and will now announce at regular intervals, which topics concern us.
To run a SaaS application like TeamGrid, you need a lot of tools for hosting, deployment, support, marketing, documentation, billing, contract management, and tools that do valuable work in the background.
With TeamGrid Client Access, you can enable access to projects for your customers. Your customer can view project-specific information and actively intervene in the project. You always have the opportunity to choose what your customer sees and what features he is allowed to use.
There are many different opinions when it comes to the question on whether or not you should give your customers access to their projects. Here are my "8 reasons for why you should give project access to your customers."