I'm sometimes asked if Teamness is able to solve various specific project management issues, like financial resources dependencies or risk management.
Not really. Teamness is a project collaboration tool. It was born with the intent to help people gather their projects data in a centralized place, from where they would be able to share it with their colleagues.
Easy online project collaboration for teams is our tagline. Saying that I'm currently managing to collaborate on my projects using Teamness doesn't necessarily mean that Teamness is acting like a project management tool, in a way a CEO would see it.
We're not building Teamness exclusively for people in suits, but also for the aspiring freelancer or members of a family who work together on home projects. You don't need a MBA to use it, but merely a Google or Yahoo account.
We want Teamness to be flexible enough to accommodate any collaborative task you're taking. After all, real work is done by real people, which in my opinion get motivated by awarding goals, not well connected Gantt charts.
Teamness has been working fine for our purpose so far. By using it, we see different aspects that need to be improved and we're adding them in the task list and we're open to suggestions and feedback.
However, Teamness was not designed with the intent to help a project manager manage her or his team, but to help a team manage their projects together.