UX research measures users’ experience with your product or service. It gives insight into what’s working and what needs work.
We are constantly developing Pyrus, adding new functions and capabilities to streamline your business processes and tasks. Over the last year we have released many updates — some of them hidden and practically unnoticeable, some long-awaited by our clients.
Very soon, there will be Subscribers in your requests. Subscribers are participants from whom no action is required to keep the task moving along.
Many have been waiting for these updates: editing comments; sorting requests in the register according to sum or deadline; and improved representation of form request groups in the Inbox.
October updates: you can now sign with your finger right on your phone or tablet, search by catalog item, and monitor requests using a form in the calendar.
Pyrus users have received a rich harvest in this of Autumn, as we unveil a whopping seven serious updates.
Pyrus is an efficient tool for task management and structured team communication. People create tasks, set deadlines, upload files, assign people to projects, and make decisions daily in Pyrus. They ask questions, clarify details, discuss, comment, and substantiate their opinions in a single interface without switching between apps and tabs.
In November, along with monthly updates our team was working to make task approval easier. The feedback from our clients who use Pyrus workflows was very helpful.
The new approval interface will be released in mid-December. Let’s see what’s new.