Daptiv, the on-demand leader in collaborative business software, today announced that Yes Bank, India's newest private sector bank, selected Daptiv PPM work management software to easily manage project-based and ongoing work.
Daptiv PPM work management software will assist YES BANK in active monitoring of project status and implementation of standard project management frameworks to ensure quality and timely delivery.
"In today's Web-powered world, it is imperative to adapt and stay ahead in technology solutions not only for customers but for internal as well," said Umesh Jain, chief information officer of YES BANK. "To support the rapid growth of its core business in the most efficient way, YES BANK currently uses Daptiv to manage work most critical to its growth, infrastructure and operations. We plan to extend the use of Daptiv PPM to all of our administrative departments, from marketing to human resources and product development, to manage work and keep it aligned with the overall business objectives."
"We are pleased to help support YES BANK's fast growth, making it possible for them to focus on growing their leadership in banking innovation and customer service," said Jeff Pancottine, CEO of Daptiv. "YES BANK's use of Daptiv in India is one example of how our SaaS delivery model has made it possible to offer our high quality work management software to businesses around the globe from our headquarters here in Seattle."
Daptiv PPM is on-demand collaborative business software that enables companies of all sizes to transform their mid-office business operations, teams and projects by managing and aligning work throughout an organization with strategic objectives. Daptiv PPM is the easiest way to select, staff and manage projects and ongoing work across teams, departments and divisions. Employees and team leaders effectively collaborate on day-to-day tasks via an intuitive Web interface, while business managers and executives gain visibility into project, program and portfolio execution, easily measuring progress against business priorities.