Preview: Torch Project Management

We're pleased to announce our latest product, Torch, is nearing completion. Within just a few weeks, you will be able to bid, manage and invoice your projects in a simple, seamless process.

What is it:

Torch is an application to fix a "work-flow" problem. Professionals of all kinds bid, work on, then bill their work. This is such a common scenario you would think it would be a "fluid" process, but it's not. Torch fixes that.

Torch accomplishes four tasks that would be traditionally completed by independent applications:

  1. Bidding
  2. Project Management
  3. Time Tracking
  4. Invoicing

But theses aren't independent components. Each part of the process flows into the next. Items on a bid turn into tasks in a project. Time you spend on tasks turn into items on the invoice. In other words, you never reenter information.

Key Features:

  1. Calculate bids and send them to potential clients
  2. Track project progress and collaborate with messages (including e-mails), files, events and tasks.
  3. Track time and associate it with events and tasks
  4. Bill your clients

How much will it cost:

$9 for the first internal user, $5 for each additional internal user. External users (your clients, suppliers, etc.) are free.

Just like Heap CRM, you are not limited in any other way. Invoices, bids, projects and files are all unlimited.

I want to know more:

Stay tuned to this blog. Over the next few weeks we'll show you in detail what Torch is all about. If you would like, you can sign-up to be emailed when Torch is released (as always, we will not sell, rent or otherwise abuse your e-mail address).

4 Responses to “Preview: Torch Project Management”

  1. N8 Says:

    can clients log in and collaborate on the project too.?. or is it aimed at internal project management?

  2. Ben Says:

    Yes, they can login. They are considered "External Users" (look up in the post) under "How much does it cost."

  3. Bart Lewis Says:

    Ben, other day you mentioned Torch should be ready in the next couple of weeks. I'm excited about Torch and how it will influence my workflow, however, I noticed in this blog post from October 2007 you said in a few weeks it would be ready.

    I'm sticking with HEAP because of Torch being ready in a couple of weeks. Is the release still on schedule for a couple of weeks?

  4. Ben Says:

    There is a verity of reasons why Torch was delayed during October until recently, Torch is still on schedule.

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