These new features continue to make inMotion the solution of choice for creative departments who need a better way to manage project kick-offs.
Research Triangle Park, NC (PRWEB) August 22, 2012
inMotionNow announces new customer-desired features added to Job Launch. Job Launch is the online tool that enables marketing and creative departments to submit requests for new content creation. The new Job Launch additions provide a Job Request Workspace now available as part of the company’s flagship Creative Workflow Management Solution, inMotion. The new addition further streamlines and automates the creative production process so businesses can get their content to market and capture revenue faster.
With the addition of the Job Request Workspace, creative departments can automatically keep everyone up-to-date on the status of requests for new content (often referred to as creative briefs or work orders). Now clients and colleagues who submit job requests can see the status of all their pending requests and access different versions of their revised job requests in their personal Job Request Workspace.
Other new Job Launch features allow multiple team members to participate on job request submission. Job request forms can be assigned and automatically routed to multiple Job Launch Managers, allowing requests to be acted on and kicked-off more quickly.
“Listening to our customers’ real world challenges helps us develop features that improve their creative production process,” says Rob Munz, CEO of inMotionNow. “The response to Job Launch has been overwhelmingly positive as replacing the offline forms, emails and undocumented conversations with easy web based forms delivers improved accuracy and accountability. These new features continue to make inMotion the solution of choice for creative departments who need a better way to manage project kick-offs.”
With these enhancements to Job Launch, creative departments can move their job requests to an automated, online process. This adds efficiency and makes it easier to submit and evaluate job requests, allowing new promotion and marketing projects to get kicked off faster.