What is Kachi?
Every tool should have a purpose. Hammers drive nails. Screwdrivers turn screws.
Kachi is a project execution tool that saves time and improves outcomes.
Why I created Kachi
I made Kachi because I was frustrated with the existing project management tools available. They make managing a few tasks pretty straight forward. However, as projects become more complex, tracking progress gets harder and harder. Engineers have a hard time figuring out what they should work on next. Managers can’t figure out what is and isn’t being worked on. Everyone loses sight of the overall goal. Working with those tools takes more and more effort, with worse and worse results.
Working with Kachi takes the stress out of figuring out where things stand. Kachi analyzes the state of the project and gives each participant the exact information they need. Spend less time managing the tool and more time completing your projects.
How Kachi achieves its mission
Most project management tools out there will make similar claims. However, Kachi has a unique, wholistic design which proactively reduces the mental load of operating a project.
Here are some examples of tasks Kachi does automatically:
- Contacts team members for status updates.
- Highlights tasks that are starting or ending soon.
- Flags tasks that are late.
- Suggests revaluating deliverables if they haven’t been examined recently.
- Creates low noise views for different team members depending on their roles in various projects.
- Tracks individual requirements so nothing gets left behind.
Kachi leverages the information entered to automate grunt work and actively keeps your project on track. More than just a place to keep your tickets, Kachi takes a direct hand in making the project successful.
Kachi also figures out what what pieces of information are most relevant at any given time, reducing the overload that happens as projgects get larger and more complex.
I truly believe Kachi is a better way of executing projects. Please sign up for our mailing list to hear more about Kachi and our upcoming closed beta!