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Complete Project Management System

The Complete Project Management System (CPMS) is an extremely helpful system that can help you enrich your projects, tasks and more efficiently.

$29

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4 Problems, solved.

  • Lacking of Organization
    CPMS ensures all project-related information is easily accessible and well-organized.

  • Inefficient Risk and Issue Tracking
    CPMS allows users to log and monitor risks and issues, set priorities, assign responsibilities, and track their resolution efficiently.

  • Lacking of Clarity on Completing Projects
    Users can note down their Insights and lesson about projects in CPMS easily.

  • Difficulty in Reviewing Completed Projects
    The archive page allows users to neatly archive their completed projects.


What's inside the CPMS

  1. Quick Action
    Add your new task, risk, issue and meeting that related to projects.

  2. Navigation Bar
    Quickly access all your databases in one block.

  3. Projects
    Manage all your projects from one place.

  4. Tasks
    Track all your tasks by status and priority module.

  5. Project Meetings
    Arrange your meetings in minutes.

  6. Project Timeline
    Quickly check your projects deadline easily.

  7. Risk Tracking
    Collect and solve all high risk and low risk in market changes or team issues.

  8. Issue Tracking
    It involves identifying, documenting and solving your problems when challenges that arise during projects process.

  9. Archive
    An archive page for completed projects and documentations accessible for reference.

  10. Insights and lessons
    Note down all your lessons and insights about the projects and tasks.


CPMS is for...

  • Entrepreneurs
    Entrepreneurs or small business who need a perfect system to manage their projects and tasks across from multiple areas.

  • Freelancers
    Freelancers who work on multiple projects for different clients can use use to keep track of their tasks, deadlines, and project-related information.

  • Startups
    Startups often have limited resources and need effective project management to launch and grow their businesses.

  • Teams
    Teams can benefit from a CPMS to enhance communication and collaboration.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is Notion?
    Notion is an all-in-one workspace and productivity software that combines note-taking, task management, database, and collaboration features into a single platform. It is designed to help individuals and teams organize information, manage projects, and streamline their work processes.
    Capture thoughts, organize events, or even run an entire company.
    Complete project management system is built inside Notion and a user-friendly template.

  2. How does it work?
    This CPMS is a template built in Notion.
    After your purchase, you'll get a link from where you can duplicate the template directly into your Notion workspace.

  3. Is it really worth the money?
    If you were to invest time in constructing a system like this for your own use, it would require a significant number of hours maybe days.
    However, we've already completed all that groundwork for you in advance.

  4. Do I have to pay for getting the updates?
    No. This is one payment opportunity. Once you've bought the template you'll be notified about each update and can have full access to it.

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