VisionProject API Allows Project Managers to Call Exactly What they Need from Project Management Software

Eric Carter, Founder & Corporate Counsel, Dartsand
Feb. 14 2013, 09:00AM EST

VisionProject, project management software provider, offers more than a web based property management platform; VisionProject allows developers to integrate VisionProject's features into existing web properties and applications through the VisionProject Web Service API. The API includes access to essential project management tools, as well as enhanced features that are often presented as separate tools (e.g. time reporting, document management, CRM, etc.).

Less than ten years old, VisionProject has recruited a solid customer base for its on-premise, hosted, and API solutions. From financial institutions to the military, users benefit from VisionProject's flexibility and rich feature set. Polystar OSIX's VP of Business Support, Magnus Stahlburg, commented:

"Our use of VisionProject has from the launch 1.5 years ago grown from a customer support tool to an almost company wide business process tool. It also supports our external interaction with customers and partners globally. This has turned out to be a very versatile and flexible tool which we can adapt for our specific needs in order to manage and share information very effectively. The team behind VisionProject has also proven to be a true partner and to be responsive to our demands."

The Web Service API uses SOAP protocol and returns calls in an XML data format. Methods allow developers to choose from a broad spectrum of VisionProject's features and isolate only the needed elements. Those interested can learn more at the API site, or start a 20 day free trial at the signup page.

Project management packages have evolved from cumbersome installed software packages to dynamic web applications. Now that VisionProject has segmented its features into individual features callable through API, project managers gain new granularity that allows for increased efficiency. VisionProject's API approach could represent the next wave in project management software.

Eric Carter Eric is the founder of Dartsand and Corporate Counsel for a specialty technology distributor. He is a frequent contributor to technology media outlets and also serves as primary legal counsel for multiple startups in the Real Estate, Virtual Assistant, and Software Development Industries. Follow me on Google+

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