Yes, you sure can. You need to experience Keepsite first hand to be sure its the right system for you. A test drive is the only way to go.
With all our plans Keepsite provides unlimited web and chat support. Much of the time this is sufficient (because Keepsite is simple and intuitive to use). If you’d like us to help you migrate data to Keepsite, train your team, or even offer an ongoing implementation support service, we’re happy to help.
Many organisations are made up of multiple business units. This may be an HQ and a network of subsidiaries spanning the globe or it may just be two business units focused on different regions, sectors, or specialisations. However simple or complex your organisational structure, you can configure Keepsite to be consistent with it, and easily adapt it as your business evolves over time.
At all times you own your data - all of it. If you cancel your account you can either manually download your data or, if you’ve integrated and synced with a third party system, access your data from there. We will never delete your data until you expressly inform us we can.
A record is the most basic unit within Keepsite. A single risk, issue, document, RFI, or schedule task are examples of records.
A Member is an individual Keepsite account holder. Members work for organisations and through their organisations are deployed to work on projects. Every individual using Keepsite has their own Member account, which is connected to their organisation/s and project’s.
Keepsite is next generation project management software. What we mean by that is that it’s not only a project management system but a business management system for project-based businesses. It integrates all project operations while also providing the ability for organisations to collaborate and work with other organisations on their projects. While individual members work on projects for their organisations, it’s the organisations that are the contracting units, so Keepsite is set up around them.
An active project is a project in Keepsite that has not been archived. Organisation owners and administrators can archive projects from the active portfolio of projects. When archived, a project no longer counts as an active project. A project may be archived when your organisations role on any given project ends, when the whole project is completed, or if the project is lost (ie, it was an active opportunity in the pipeline but was not secured).