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Cloud-based solution designed to assist small to midsize architecture firms with project planning, time tracking, invoicing & more.
Notes moyennes11 avis
- Note globale 5/5
- Facilité d'utilisation 5/5
- Service client 5/5
- Fonctionnalités 4.4/5
- Rapport qualité-prix 4.8/5
Informations sur le produit
- À partir de 15,00 $US/mois
- Version gratuite Non
- Essai gratuit Oui
Cloud, SaaS, web
Formation en ligne en direct
Informations sur l'éditeur
- Fondé en 2017
En savoir plus sur Monograph
Monograph is project management and time tracking software for small architecture firms (less than 50 employees). Most applications built for the AEC industry lack the design and professionalism that a modern firm needs. We're passionate about architecture and believe that the tools architects use should be as beautiful and functional as the buildings that they create! Monograph is developed by 3 trained architects based in San Francisco.
Monograph - Fonctionnalités
- Création de systèmes de représentation de l'information
- Dessin 2D
- Devis et offres
- Gestion de projets
- Gestion des contacts
- Gestion des contrats
- Gestion des documents
- Modélisation 3D
- Outils de présentation
Avis les plus utiles sur Monograph
Publié le 08/03/2019
Project Management for Architects
Commentaires: Overall I have had a great experience with Monograph. The support team is fantastic and the owners are available for conference calls to help troubleshoot things, learn about what our needs are, and introduce new features. It is great to be able to get facetime with a real person to help solve issues. The software has helped our firm be more organized and more profitable.
Avantages: The best thing about Monograph is that the software interface was designed to be beautiful and intuitive. It is easy to use, graphically presents information clearly, and helps our company better understand where we spend our time and what projects are profitable or not. The other great thing about Mongoraph is that the customer service is fantastic and they are quick to add new features, fix bugs, and even adopt changes based on our feedback. This is really refreshing compared to most other software.
Inconvénients: There are a few features that could still make this more useful. However, the software is still being developed and new features are added frequently. I think it is only a matter of time until this provides everything a small architecture firm would need. I wish there was a mobile app to track time, and maybe even a feaure like everlance, that can automatically track travel and convert that into expenses.
Publié le 14/08/2018
The best project management platform out there
Commentaires: At our small firm (8 employees), I was in charge of finding a project management platform for our company to use. I have downloaded every major software and tried at least 30-40 different platforms. None of them compare to the ease of use, simplicity, graphic style, and overall effectiveness of Monograph. Asana, Jira, Monday, Wrike, Hive, LiquidPlanner, Forecast, Avaza, 10,000 FT, and many others did not make my company's cut. Monograph did. After deciding to use the platform, Monograph's founder hopped on a conference call and talked about what we do at our office and how Monograph could help or even change (They're still developing the platform every single day) to help meet some of our needs. We have continued monthly calls to check in and see how progress is going and how Monograph is continuing to be the perfect fit for our firm.
Avantages: Ease of Use. Graphic Simplicity. Instant understanding for showing any stakeholder the relevant project information. Project time/expense budgeting. Instant communication from developers. Developers are still developing and tailoring the software to how we WANT to use it.
Inconvénients: Missing some important tools (Like Quickbooks integration, project summary pages comparing budgets to actual time/resources used, etc.) - However, the developers are actively working on a long list of customer's feedback for future integration
Publié le 27/01/2020
Finally a project management software that does what we were looking for
Commentaires: The visual forecasting is great, the customer service is exceptional, and the fact that it was made by a team with experience in the Architectural field is a big plus for us.
Avantages: The best feature is the ability to forecast the workload in our office across multiple projects and personnel. Other software we tried was always too focused on the project level and couldn't look at everyone's schedule across multiple projects. Being able to use the software in this way is huge for us.
Inconvénients: There are a few features that are on our wishlist, like how to manage consultant fees and improved expense logging in the timesheets, but I was told that the development team is already working on these, so we're looking forward to updates soon.
Publié le 11/02/2020
Monograph in our work life
Commentaires: The allotted time for all team members on each phase of the project.
Avantages: Ability to set up, look at, edit all projects in an architectural timeline
Inconvénients: The edit button in Timesheets is not intuitive. And we have to click on it twice to get in Edit mode.
Publié le 27/08/2018
Project Management Designed for Designers
Commentaires: Only a few months in and Monograph has become essential to the way we practice. It's a platform that you love because it does what it does well and lets you get back to doing what you do. In the design environment it feels great to have a project management tool that doesn't infringe on your work-vibes. Excited to see how it evolves and grows.
Avantages: Within minutes we had customized all of the inputs around our operational needs and had a handful of projects up and running in no time. The clean graphic interface and underlying project management logics of Monograph made the experience smooth and the overall process was painless. The dev team was right there to answer any questions we had and listened to our quirky requests for future features.
Inconvénients: No complaints that hindered Monograph's usability for what we need. In the future, we wish there were some non-traditional project cost management tools and that there were tools to set and track goals.