- The new version of the farmerswife project management software includes features like dark mode, support for multiple currencies and enhanced search functions.
- The Cirkus day-to-day task collaboration tool now shows more options to schedule, assign, and manage projects.
farmerswife, the leading provider of resource scheduling, project management and team collaboration software for the media industry, will be showcasing the latest version of the farmerswife tool, as well as the latest updates to its powerful SaaS task and project management solution Cirkus, at the 2023 centennial NAB Show (Las Vegas Convention Centre, 16-19 April).
The latest version 7.0 of the farmerswife scheduling, management and reporting tool delivers significant improvements for its users. It boasts new features that facilitate smooth workflow management and collaboration, including a Dark Mode for a better user experience, support for multiple currencies, and improved search functions.
The cloud-based Cirkus day-to-day task collaboration tool, meanwhile, has been enhanced to provide media organisations with even greater resources for teams looking to schedule, assign, and manage projects across an organisation and its external contractors. It now includes Personnel Bookings for Schedules and improved Project Flows, with date offsets in Project Templates and Project Requests/Approvals. Additionally, the search feature in Cirkus has been upgraded and now allows users to save and share common queries.
Demos on stand W1959 will showcase how farmerswife and Cirkus can work together or as standalone products to address the specific needs of media organisations, with farmerswife providing in-house scheduling, resource management and financial reporting, while Cirkus acts as the collaboration platform to share detailed information with distributed teams both internally and externally.
“farmerswife and Cirkus are powerful standalone tools while together they form a true end-to-end solution for all media project management tasks. We will be showing their very latest features at the 2023 NAB Show,” comments farmerswife CEO, Stephen Elliott. “It’s a challenging time for media organisations around the world, but having deep-level insights and granular control of their internal and external workflows can make the difference on the bottom line as the year progresses.”
See Cirkus and farmerswife in action at 2023 NAB Show in the West Hall, stand W1959.
You can also book your demo with farmerswife at NAB here.