“Skylight is the missing link for businesses who need a one-stop shop for organising data in one single powerful interface that is easy to use”, says Taimur Khan, CEO and cofounder of Skylight. “While there are already a number of applications in the market which help businesses run their data online, the overhead and headache of spreading data across multiple service comes with a price.”
Skylight takes business productivity to another level by enabling businesses to work across multiple productivity applications on one platform. Skylight lives entirely in the cloud, so data is accessible securely from anywhere in the world at any time.
“Other systems allow you to manage one piece of information in one place and another in a different place with no connection between the two”, says Matt Jeschelnik Boulder Creek International. “Skylight is an open platform which is tailored to our needs and ensures that relevant processes are linked together in one centralised space.”
Skylight provides powerful business applications that offer a wealth of customizable features, which remain easy to use. Entries can be related to each other via a smart tagging system is available across projects, files, tasks, invoices and more] allowing users to get a quick view on resources, projects and tasks. Tagging is flexible and adaptable to content category and industry type.
“While other platforms offer simple task functionalities, Skylight is more flexible and lets you customize actions by adding multiple fields, tags and options”, said
Dawn Baird at Sensei Learning and Performance.
Available today, Skylight is designed to grow as businesses grow with features and applications that are adaptable to specific business needs and circumstances.
Since the launch of its first beta, Skylight has developed a number of key features including for example:
* Project management & real-time collaboration
* People & tasks management
* Document, spreadsheet and multimedia file sharing
* Time tracking & invoicing
* Contact management
* Dashboard and widgets
* Scheduling and budgeting
* Advanced filtering
* Google Docs and Goole Apps integration
* Advanced tagging
Skylight is available from £9.99g to £79.99 per month depending on business requirements and modules.
Skylight is a complete, cost-effective and user-friendly productivity tool to help make business simple. A rare all-in-one web-based offering, it allows organisations to turn complex administrative tasks such as project management, time billing and invoicing into a few clicks.
Supported by OpenID authentication and fully integrated with Google Docs, Skylight provides one centralised platform for users to store and share their documents, spreadsheets and multimedia files, while managing all of their contacts, calendars and accounts.
Please visit skylightit.com for more information.
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* Company backgrounder
Taimur Khan (co-founder)
Jamie Mill (co-founder)
Taimur Khan and Jamie Mill (co-founders)
Additional customer endorsements:
“The way we communicate and distribute information in our organization is quite complex. Skylight is an affordable yet very effective platform which allows us to get access to the most up-to-date information anywhere and anytime.”
“We looked at other systems before moving to Skylight but found they are primarily focused on contact management or they where too expensive. However, our business is structured around projects rather than contacts, and we have some very bespoke requirements, which without a good database, can make managing information very labor-intensive. Skylight is an open platform which adapts to how we work and allows us to centralize relevant information across multiple projects and multiple regions.”
Stuart Moore, Mannpower-Hydro
“We process large volumes of proposals for new clients and these proposals and associated information need to be recorded. Skylight helps us keep track of all transactions that taken place associated with each individual proposal and therefore ensures that we don’t miss details, tasks or deadlines.”
Dawn Bird, Sensei Learning and Performance