Daptiv


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I recently attended the WTIA Fast Pitch Forum & Technology Showcase. The conference featured two dozen of the hottest technology companies in Washington presenting their business in a competition for “Best In Show”. Daptiv provides on-demands work management solutions that adapt to your business, so you can work how you work.

Daptiv thinks there’s a better way to work. You have things you need to do. They feel that things like managing servers, installing software and planning upgrades are things they should take care of for you. Their solution for managing projects includes a collaboration environment to make it easier to work with the tools you already know and trust.

Daptiv also allows you to easily extend the standard capabilities of their software. Their secure web environment adapts to the management needs of any department within your company, and allows for point-and-click creation of forms and reports.

When this video was published and embedded in another blog, this comment was posted (from a competitor, Serena):

Poor Jeff–he looks to have aged 10 years since the ongoing financial troubles and RIFs at Daptiv began. Very interesting that he’s still claiming the leaders quadrant for Daptiv (they were dropped from it for 2009). Also interesting is his statement that CA Clarity and HP are Daptiv’s main competition. I wouldn’t have positioned Daptiv on the same strata as these pricey platinum PPM vendors. Also, from what I’ve seen of the new Agile offering, it appears to be a nice add-on to the Daptiv PM product, but a lousy stand-alone offering, considering the robust solutions already in that space. It will be interesting to see how they position it.

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  1. I try to follow the pm software market, so thanks for posting this video. Daptiv is a good solution, but it turned out to be too complicated and too pricy for us. We went with Wrike, as much simpler solution that fit our needs and budgets.

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