Tom's Planner

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Tom's Planner
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Project management software
Headquarters Curacao, Netherlands Antilles
Created by Thomas Ummels

Tom's Planner is a web-based tool and application service provider for project planning, management and collaboration. [1]



Tom's Planner is based on Curacao. In November 2009, it announced its public beta launch on TechCrunch and moved out of beta in August 2010. [2]


Tom's Planner is project management software that enables the creation of project schedules (Gantt charts) using a visual perspective. Tom's Planner uses the Freemium Business Model. Users can register for a free account or choose a paid version.

Tom's Planner is available in five languages and is used by thousands of users on a daily basis in more than 100 countries worldwide. Customers range from fortune 500 companies to small mom-and-pop shops.


Tom's Planner has been reviewed by PC World , [3] TechCrunch, [2] Lifehacker, [4] and several other periodicals. [5] [6] [7]

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