Pay per user or pay by task bundle and get everything you need to make your project a success. No matter which plan you choose, you'll get the same industry-leading features and functionality that afford you the flexibility to give your teams a competitive edge. To learn more about which plan is right for you, read about the many cost-saving and time-saving benefits below.
Not every project will impact every team/location or user, so you shouldn't have to pay for what you don't use or need. Our Unlimited model is a flexible , time-saving, and cost-saving option that lets you start new projects and finish other with straightforward pricing without unnecessary administration.
Our unlimited user pricing model is a little different from most SaaS apps, but much more fair - usually a lot less expensive and so much easier to manage day-to-day. You'll enjoy full access to all of our features regardless of the plan you choose. Find out how much you get - and how much you save.
An in-flight task is a task that needs to be actioned. For example, a task with a status of Not Started or In Progress would be considered in-flight.
Inversely, any task that has already been completed is excluded from inflight tasks; tasks marked as not applicable are excluded; and any task that was part of a project which has been retired is excluded from in-flight tasks. In theory these tasks are no longer placing demand on our servers and thus you should not be paying for them.
Yes. Pacer allows you to identify every task and location by a set of attributes to help with filtering and reporting. You can customize these attributes to fit your company and project needs. For example, you will be able to add or edit department and discipline names for tasks, or brands, areas, regions, continents, and other fields that identify locations.
We understand that sometimes less is more. That’s why if you are not currently using a feature, you have the option to turn it off and turn it on again whenever your company needs change.
Pro Top: Turning a feature off will reduce visual elements in the app, making it even easier for your users to pivot and get the job done. For example, you can turn on/off a task’s Start Date, Anticipated Effort, Pre-Requisites, or Steps for Completion to help your team stay focused on the specific task at hand.