Sosius employs fractal mapping for project management
- By Patrick Marshall
- Apr 10, 2009
Web Technologies Ltd., a British software developer, has launched Sosius Visualization, a project-management program that uses fractal maps to deliver unique views of project progress.
The application offers a view of project information in the form of a circular graphic that looks something like a Petri dish filled with colored circles. When the user moves the mouse cursor over a circle, data pops up that allows them to drill down on that aspect of the project.
“Sosius Visualization gives you a snapshot of what’s going on right now,” said Andrew Cameron-Webb, CTO of Sosius. “With the ability to see a one-sheet of what’s happening in real time, managers know where they need to act and where there is progress happening.”
More information is available at www.sosius.com.
Patrick Marshall is a freelance technology writer for GCN.