- Web Manager
- Client management
- Vendor management
- Price lists
- Job templates
- Purchase orders for vendors
- Purchase orders from clients
- Job schedule
- CAT tools
- Invoices and payments
- Code lists
- Business activities
- File management
- Print templates
- E-mail templates
- Agency departments
- Web access
- User management
(not available in Basic/Premium edition)
QuaHill users can access the system using one of two different applications. QuaHill Client best serves those users who work in an office where the database server is in the same local network. For users who work from home or on the go, we recommend QuaHill Web Manager.
QuaHill Web Manager is a web-based application enabling project managers to get work done when they are not in the office. It is typically used, for example, when users are travelling or working from home. As such, QuaHill Web Manager is an alternative to QuaHill Client, which is used for working in an office, where desktop applications are more powerful and efficient. QuaHill can offer the best of both worlds. It doesn’t matter whether you use the QuaHill Web Manager web-based application or the QuaHill Client desktop application. There is no change in the way they work, so you don’t have to learn anything new.
QuaHill Web Manager allows you to work with vendors, clients, projects, quotes, invoices, CAT models, and translators’ purchase orders. It covers all aspects of a project manager’s everyday work.
What platforms can QuaHill Web Manager run on?
As QuaHill Web Manager is a web-based application, you can use it on Windows, Apple, and even Linux.
If I want to use QuaHill Web Manager, will I be charged any additional fees?
No, not at all. QuaHill Web Manager is included in the QuaHill Enterprise licence. Whether you are using our QuaHill Cloud or have QuaHill Enterprise installed on your server, it is a standard component of the licence you have rent.
Is QuaHill Web Manager a fully-fledged substitute for QuaHill Client?
No, it is not. QuaHill Web Manager enables project managers to get on with all their everyday work, but changes to global settings, user settings, etc., can only be made via QuaHill Client. We have tried to keep QuaHill Web Manager as small and fast as possible, so we have not integrated features that are not used on a daily basis into the application.
So just how does normal work in QuaHill Web Manager and QuaHill Client differ?
When it comes, for instance, to the way you work with projects, quotes, invoices and so on, there is basically no difference. The working procedures are the same. However, there are minor differences. For example, because of the difference between the web-based application (QuaHill Web Manager) and the desktop application (QuaHill Client), integration with our AddIn for Outlook is not available. Direct communication with SDL Trados via the Trados Automation API is also not possible (naturally, jobs based on a Trados analysis can still be generated in Web Manager).
Are any more features going to be added to Web Manager?
Of course. We are keen to add certain QuaHill Client features that have not yet been implemented in QuaHill Web Manager (e.g. Business Activities and the like). We will also (as is our custom) listen to what our clients want and add features based on theirMore...