weDevs Does its Part for the Global Community by Providing WP Project Manager Pro for Free During COVID-19 Outbreak

The company aims to help leading businesses and corporations to continue operations using its comprehensive WP project planning and management tool.

Singapore - March 26, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Singapore – weDevs is pleased to announce it is helping the global community by providing its comprehensive “StayAtHome” subscription of WP Project Manager Pro for free during the recent COVID-19 outbreak.

weDevs is the humble creator of Dokan Multivendor, WP User Frontend, WP Project Manager, WP ERP, weForms, and other exclusive WordPress products. The company is comprised of a team of charismatic and dedicated innovators who constantly strive to make WordPress suitable for solving any kind of business problem.

“Our existence at weDevs depends on making WordPress and SaaS products that help to scale our clients’ businesses,” says weDevs founder, Nizam Uddin. “We mostly focus on our psychic coding abilities, latest development trends, and best practices to create plugins that help individuals or companies with eCommerce, Project Management, and Enterprise Solutions. Having worked with our clients for many years, we’ve developed incredible relationships with them, and we want nothing more than to ensure all of their virtual workspace needs are met.”

In recent news, weDevs announced they will be providing new and existing clients with its renowned WP Project Manager Pro for free during the COVID-19 outbreak. This decision was made to help leading businesses and corporations around the world to adapt to the current situation with ‘remote work.’

“During this emergency it’s vital for everyone to stay at home while trying to stay on track with their work, without falling behind,” states Nizam. “We know this isn’t always easy, though. It can be difficult to get an entire team on the same page when you aren’t face-to-face. With our now free WP Project Manager, however, businesses can plan, manage, and track their projects in a professional, powerful, and remote way.”
Using WP Project Manager, companies can easily build a successful remote team with ease. They will have free access to premium features such as:

● Kanban Board
● Gantt Chart
● Time Tracker
● Frontend
● Recurring Task
● Interactive Calendar
● Slack Integration
● And other features and modules

For more information about weDevs, or to sign up for this once-in-a-lifetime offer, please visit the company’s website at www.wedevs.com.

About the Company

weDevs initially began its journey as a small blog site in 2008. After pushing through many long and sleepless nights to gain the experience it needed, the company finally launched in May 2013 as a small web development startup with a renewed confidence and larger vision.

Today, the company has over 90,000+ users and businesses using its solutions. weDev’s founder, Nizam Uddin, cannot be more proud of his team – a team that is continuously striving to meet the ever-changing virtual workspace needs of a world that has come together under incredible circumstances.

Contact Info:
Name: Nizam Uddin
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Organization: weDevs
Phone: +6598852265
Website: http://www.wedevs.com

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