15
Sep

Paymo is Offering its Project Management Software to Universities at No Charge – PR Web (press release)

Free Project Management for Universities

We believe that universities shouldn’t pay for this “testing” period, that’s why we’re offering it for free for one year.

Starting today, universities around the world will be able to manage projects and collaborate instantly, without worrying about licences, subscriptions, installation or other hidden costs.

“We decided to help out educational organisations by offering them Paymo for free, without any restrictions or costs.” said Jan Lukacs, CEO of Paymo. “Other vendors have special programs for colleges and universities, but there’s always a catch: they either only offer a discount or they offer a free limited version of the app,” continued Lukacs. “There are many project management vendors out there, but it usually takes a lot of time to check if an app is really a good fit for your organisation, you need to test it thoroughly for months. We believe that universities shouldn’t pay for this “testing” period, that’s why we’re offering it for free for one year.” added Lukacs.

Manage projects from start to finish

Paymo is a full-featured project management software that allows an individual or team to manage projects from the initiation phase to closure, and has recently been named “the most usable project management software” by the independent user reviews platform, G2Crowd.

“We want to make sure that Paymo has the necessary features that allow you to manage all aspects of your projects: tasks, tracking work time, handling communication and team allocation. The real challenge though is to put all these together in a modern and usable interface,” added Lukacs.

After using the app for free for the first year, those who decide that Paymo is a good fit can continue using it with a 50% discount.

For more information about Paymo’s offer for universities, visit: https://www.paymoapp.com/projectmanagement-nonprofit/

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