Element Software Releases Copper v4.0, a New Project Management Alternative to Basecamp, Google Docs, and MS Project

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Element Software has released the fourth version of its Copper Project Management product, widely regard as the web's best project, task, contact, and document management tool for creative teams. Copper is a web-based project and task management toolset designed specifically for creative teams. Customers include Apple, Mercedes Benz, Sony Pictures, Herman Miller, eBay, but Copper is equally adopted by smaller, more agile studios and high output teams looking for a cohesive collaboration tool.

Element Software has released the fourth version of its Copper Project Management product, widely regard as the web's best project, task, contact, and document management tool for creative teams.

Copper is a web-based project and task management toolset designed specifically for creative teams. Customers include Apple, Mercedes Benz, Sony Pictures, Herman Miller, eBay, but Copper is equally adopted by smaller, more agile studios and high output teams looking for a cohesive collaboration tool.

New to v4 includes full ajax create/drag/drop of projects tasks and files, a great new stopwatch feature to quickly and easily post time to active tasks, a new high-function gantt timeline view, and enhancements to resourcing functions. For example users can allocate a resource to a task and commit their available time, and then review your entire workforce workload in a resource timeline grid to get a real snapshot of team availability.

A more sophisticated offering than the likes of Basecamp, Copper nonetheless offers a beautiful interface that keeps your users up to date more intuitively. Copper is available from $29/month for 15 users up to $199 for the Unlimited User/Project Enterprise edition. We also uniquely have a server license available for the most demanding teams at $999 or $4999 and can offer bespoke solutions to those requiring integration with their legacy systems.

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