Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is OrgEngine?
Quick access information consolidator made to help organization leaders make informed decision for their organization.
2. What its not?
It is not for project management. However there are some basic features you might find helpful for managing mini projects.
3. How it works?
You start by defining the structure of your organization, create and
assign tasks to people within the organization. Define goals, objectives,
vision and mission of the organization. Upadate SOP of each tasks if you
need to. It then becomes a central reference point for everyone in your
organization. Everything in one place. Logically arranged to help with
4. Who is it for?
Its built for business owners(big and small), entreprenuers, HR
managers, general managers, management consultant, CEOs and COOs.
Investor’s also found it useful for monitoring startup teams they have
invested in. If you ever managed a group of more than 5 people,
OrgEngine is a no brainer. You can try and use its basic function,
5. Is it suitable for project management?
If you are looking for a drop in replacement for your project
management application then its not going to work. We do have some
plans related to this aspect, but that is as far as we will say for
6. Can non-profit organization use it?
Definitely, we have a free plan that you can use out of the box. If
you do need the professional version please contact us. We might work
out some win-win solution. Looking forward to hearing from you.
7. Why did you built it?
I believe in the power of visualization. I use a lot of Vizio (for
design, mind map, conceptualization, DB design) in my work. I also
like to play strategy games where I can easily and quickly access
important information about the units that I’m controlling.
Visualizing the problem that I am solving is the natural way for me
and many others. I was planning on building the app for myself at
first, but it turns out other people within my circle have the same
problem and when I told them about my solution, they wanted in.