Access and Update Project Details

— September 18, 2013

Smartsheet, a spreadsheet-inspired collaboration tool, has expanded its mobile portfolio with a new Android app and significantly enhanced iPhone and iPad app.

The Android app allows users to access and update project details and collaborate with teams from their Android devices.

In addition to the launch of the Android app, Smartsheet added power features to its iPhone and iPad app. New capabilities include interactive Gantt charts and the ability to create new sheets and modify columns directly from devices.

“Our team is very mobile, working with clients onsite negotiating leases and managing construction projects at commercial properties across seven states,” said Martin Stever, President, Pacific Land West, LLC. “Having all project details at our fingertips in Smartsheet via our mobile devices is critical to productivity and ultimately the success of our business. The added flexibility of having the Android App is a tremendous benefit because it helps us focus on the work at hand, regardless of where we are or what device we choose to use.”

Other current Smartsheet users include:

  • When EMTs deliver cardiac arrest patients to the emergency room at Northeast Georgia Medical Center – the top cardiac hospital in the state, they use Smartsheet on an iPad to quickly communicate incoming patient information to cardiologists.
  • Colliers International | Wisconsin equips field staff with Smartsheet on tablets and smartphones so they’re never without client or property details – whether onsite, in meetings, at the airport, or anywhere in between.
  • The team at Rajala Lumber, a fourth generation timber and lumber company in Minnesota, accesses Smartsheet on mobile devices from the forest, the mill, the plant floor and the shipyard to keep operations running smoothly.

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