We’re constantly asking ourselfs how can we make Binocs easier and more simple to use. So we simplified a couple of things for demand
The upcoming June release’s got a sweet set of new features: timephased expertise input and optimal screen space usage
Some nice enhancements that improve data visibility in demand and reports
THE most important Binocs feature is off course the analyze flow (=the Binocs algorithm comparing the demand with the capacity and creating the reports). We just finished a major simplification of that flow.
It’s been a fantastic year so far. We’ve made a ton of improvements already, but we’re only getting started. Normally we release new Binocs updates every few weeks but now it's been a while. But no, we didn't stop improving Binocs and we're not slowing down our development efforts. We're closing 2016 with a major bang.
Through casual conversations with customers and watching users interact with Binocs, one thing became very clear recently: We could make major improvements on the way users add extra (user configurable) information to Binocs objects.
New Binocs developments: Sortable lists, change standard configurations, more impact on planning process and more ...
Loads of new stuff in Binocs during the summer: Latest activity, by the minute history logs, equipment, and more ...
May Binocs updates: full Excel export, table view for capacity analyzer, service and activity tags in analyze workload and more ...
April Binocs updates: partial competences with start and end date, team member assignment, historical and faster demand analyzer and more!
We released a batch of Binocs improvements: view filters, restriction edits, less confusing dates, and more!