5pm Speaks Norwegian (and 21 Other Languages)
The last language to be added to the 5pm interface translation group was Japanese, and to this has now been added Norwegian. This latest translation has been made possible through the significant contribution made by Knut Magne Jensen from MjøsAnker AS.
With this latest addition, the total number of languages that 5pm is now available in is up to twenty-two and covers: English, Swedish, French, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Polish, Italian, Croatian, Dutch, Finnish, Danish, Serbian, Hungarian, Slovak, Turkish, Korean, Chinese (Simplified), Bulgarian, Japanese and, of course, Norwegian.
As always, the team at 5pm is keen to see their language translations continue to increase, helping to breakdown the international barriers that can sit between distributed teams working across different languages. Contributions are invited to translations from any active users of 5pm and that includes those users who are using a free account.
To access the language contribution area in 5pm, users should go to the ‘Settings’ menu at the top of the main screen. Within the “Settings” menu, choose the “5pm Translation” link and that will then show the public translation area.
More on 5pm
5pm is a comprehensive and easy to use application for project managers and their teams that is made available through the cloud without the need for any local software installations on an organization’s servers. This online access means clients have their information at their fingertips at any time of the day and from anywhere, provided they have access to the internet. The founding principle behind 5pm is making teams more productive by giving them the tools they need to take away unnecessary delays and wasted time in administrative tasks and reporting.
Functionality offered by 5pm covers the creation, sharing and management of tasks, documents and notes amongst team members, along with a central, single and secure location for all project related information and documents that is accessible to all team members.
The application can be customized to reflect the organization’s look and feel so users feel completely at home and the use of filters lets team members zone in on the bits they’re interested with little fuss.
5pm offers a strong visual representation of projects through its interactive timeline view that lets users a quick snapshot of their project. The interactive nature of the timeline also allows updates to tasks very simply using drag and drop. With time tracking added into the bargain, project managers can keep abreast of progress, see easily how long tasks are taking and how well resources are utilized.
For more information on 5pm or to sign up for a free trial, please visit: 5pmweb.com.