With this week’s Miradi 4.4 release, the global user-base will enjoy a major advancement in building Miradi work plans thanks to the following enhancements:
- Work plan tables that are easier to read, navigate, understand, and edit
- High-level “timeframe” planning that is independent from detailed work unit entries
- Monitoring work plans based on strategies, activities, and tasks
- Progress reporting available for diagrams and at the project level
- Seamless data migration from prior Miradi versions which preserves work plan results
- Share work plan data between Miradi Desktop and Miradi Share, enabling cross-project work planning in Miradi Share
This week’s release will positively impact the lengthy list of organizations – including Bush Heritage Australia, Puget Sound Partnership, InternationalCrane Foundation, and US Fish & Wildlife Refuge System – currently using Miradi and Miradi Share to drive their Open Standards-compliant conservation efforts.
We’re honored to partner with Foundations of Success and leverage our software development expertise to make Miradi an even more powerful tool for today’s conservation managers. As a company, we are firm believers in the power of the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation, incorporating the concepts in our entire suite of products and solutions.