Plan and manage your projects and resources
All your resources and projects in one place.
Plan and forecast capacity, availability and utilization.
Your people are your greatest resource
Resource management is complex. We get that. There are many moving parts. And getting them working together is tricky.
Here is the thing. Can you answer questions like these?
Imagine always knowing who is doing what and when. Having the ability to spot problems and bottlenecks early. Being able to make decisions about when you can do your projects and the resources you need.
Kelloo has all the resource management tools you need
Manage and track your resources and skills.
Drag and drop scheduling and planning.
Report on utilization, capacity and availability.
Share and communicate your vision.
Build and share analytics and reports.
Prioritize and select the right projects.
Track resource and project costs and budgets.
Compare different project and resource options.
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All your projects and resources in one place
Kelloo gives you a big picture view of your teams, resources and projects. You get up to date information on workloads, availability and utilization so that nothing falls through the cracks.
Plan your future resource needs
Check you have the right mix of skills to deliver your projects and understand when you need to hire more people.
Spot resource utilization issues and bottlenecks
Spot bottlenecks and resource constraints before they happen and test out solutions.
Build resource forecasts
Analyze and forecast the resources you need so you can spot bumps in the road early.
Roadmaps help share your vision
Get everyone on the same page with easy to build roadmaps. Roadmaps aid communication, decision making and prioritization. Add milestones to your roadmap to show key events.
Reports, analytics and dashboards
Kelloo’s reports will do all the heavy lifting for you from day one. Easily customizable so you have the analysis you need.
Evaluate different scenarios
Resource management means trade-offs. So use scenarios to evaluate the impact of different resource and project options.