Agricultural research companies are looking for a better way to manage their projects and communicate key information to those involved. Since these teams can be large and there are many different tasks to cover, it is important to have an organized way of sharing relevant details. Whether it’s communicating updates, assigning new tasks, or informing stakeholders when projects are complete, there are plenty of reasons to have a good plan in place. Manually reaching out can be difficult to track and can often lead to missed information or other general miscommunications. This can be avoided by making use of automated technology. SimplyCast presents the Agricultural Project Planning system, which creates a streamlined path of communication for those working on agricultural projects. This system will communicate updates to the relevant team members when tasks are completed and can assign tasks specific to each project.
The digital solution makes use of several automated tools, but the key benefits include an easy to customize communication workflow, tasks that can be assigned with criteria specific to each project, and the ability to send stakeholders updates once a project is completed. This has all been designed to make the process easier for everyone involved and reduce the amount of manual workload for project planners and other staff members. The solution was created for use primarily by administrators and project managers within agricultural and research organizations.
Who Does What in the Automated Solution?
Everyone plays a part to ensure the system runs smoothly, with just 3 simple steps to get things started. The amount of manual communication is significantly reduced when using the automated system, with project managers no longer having to track down staff when an update is needed. The system will ensure everyone on the team is kept up to date on any changes and will also notify any stakeholders of important updates or completion dates. Here is a breakdown of each person’s role, and how the system can bring your team a better communication method.
Step 1- Administration
The first step for administrative staff is to create a project communication plan from a template. They can then customize this template to fit the exact needs of their project. Once they submit the project record, the task will automatically be assigned to a staff member based on their template.
Step 2- Staff Member
The assigned staff member receives the task and has time to review the information and complete it. Once it has been finished, they mark it as completed and the workflow will progress accordingly.
Step 3- Administration
The administration will receive notice that the task is complete and can proceed with any follow-up actions necessary.
That’s the core of what it takes to create an automated agricultural project planning system, and it’s only scratching the surface of what is possible when it comes to using digital technology to improve workplace communication.
The SimplyCast platform is a no-code platform that allows anyone to build and edit their solution. As a result, this solution is fully customizable, it can be tweaked or altered to meet the exact needs of every institution.
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