The system enables creating a chain sense-linked tasks. What for:
1- firstly, to monitor the execution status of low-level tasks, dependant on top-level task execution,
2- secondly, to transfer documents between the linked tasks up and down the chain in one click.
Let’s consider the following example. You are a head of a small company. You have received a request for a commercial quotation to the mail from an important customer. That is how the request processing looks like in the system:
1- You create a task from e-mail in one click. The customer’s technical requirements and other documents from your mail get into the task. You appoint Assistant as an assignee and set a deadline.
2- Assistant also creates a linked task for Engineer. The customer’s documents and the deadline info are transferred to the new task.
3- Manager sees that engineer has got the linked task and can periodically check the information on the performance status.
4- Engineer creates a specification and attaches it to the task received from Assistant.
5- Assistant moves the specification and its description from his task to Manager’s task in one click .
6- Manager checks the received commercial quotation documents and sends an email message with the attached documents to the customer in one click.
7- The request is processed! All the tasks with created documents are done and saved in the participants folders. The access rights for documents are saved at the process participants – Manager, Assistant and Engineer.