TeamLab is a platform for business collaboration and document, project, and customer relationship management. Its wide array of features includes projects, milestones, tasks, reports, calendar, deal tracking, events, blogs, forums, bookmarks, wiki, instant messenger, and more.
|Tags||project management tool SaaS Open Source CRM Document Management|
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Implemented as the representational state transfer (REST) architecture over the HTTP protocol, it processes the standard requests with the GET/POST/PUT/DELETE commands and supports JSON/XML data formats. All the module elements, like posts or comments, have their own URLs and can be requested separately allowing users a flexible choice of features for integration depending on their needs. Along with that the quick access to larger amounts of data is also possible. If an application needs the ability to retrieve data and make changes to several objects at once, TeamLab API provides a batching option to submit instructions for several operations in a single HTTP request.
Release Notes: This release has all the basic TeamLab functional modules sufficient for comprehensive project and document management and team collaboration, including CRM, Project Management (milestones, tasks, and subtasks), Document Management (file sharing, doc versions), Document embedding, Business Collaboration (blogs, forums, polls), Mail aggregator, People module, Instant Messenger, and Calendar.
Release Notes: This release added collaborative editing and commenting in the online document editor, one common interface for all of the modules with the navigation panel on the left and the content fileds on the right, and separation of the People section into its own module, providing a single member base for all TeamLab tools. SkyDrive integration was added. Access Rights Management was added to integrated folders from Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, and SkyDrive. The Projects and Documents modules were integrated.
Release Notes: This release adds new options in the Projects module: subtasks, assigning several employees for one task, task status (open, paused, closed), quick filtration by a team member, manager, project, or task status, and the option to switch back to the previous version. Access Rights are now able to limit the number of portal users who have access to this or that module and can determine which actions every user can perform, choosing from the several levels of rights in each module.
Release Notes: CRM and Calendar modules have been added to the open source version. Calendar: several view modes, sharing and co-editing, and notifications. CRM: contact database tracking, sales pipeline control, deals' success probability, and budget and estimated deal due dates. A Windows server solution has been launched. In addition to the open codes, the installation file was uploaded to Sourceforge.net. It automatically configures IIS and creates a database without user interaction.
Release Notes: An online document editor was added, which allows for creating and editing documents and spreadsheets directly in the browser with no plug-in needed and regardless of the OS type. Detailed statistics on storage space used by a team are available. One can now log into the portal with various social networks accounts: Facebook, Google, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Personal data security was improved with protection against XSS attacks.