How Preceden Works
Why Customers Love Preceden
Quickly visualize lots of events in one high-level timeline
Easy to Use
In survey after survey our customers mention Preceden's ease of use as their favorite thing about our tool.
Layers let you group similar events together on your timeline to keep them visually organized.
With dozens of ways to customize the appearance of your timeline, you'll be able to create a perfect timeline for your audience.
"I need to prepare timelines for programs and projects to communicate plans and pro-gress to clinicians, administrators, and managers. Preparing timelines in other tools just takes too long, and the results are often disappointing and difficult to update. MS Project can create timelines quickly, but it's very difficult and time-consuming to format them in a way you can present. Preceden takes me just a few minutes to create a complicated timeline that I can share with stakeholders".Paul S, Project Manager, Digital Transformation
Align all your teams to ship successful products. | Product launches can be complex and stressful as delays and mistakes can be extremely costly. A product launch plan, usually created and managed by product marketing teams, both illustrates and coordinates all the moving parts and pieces required to successfully launch your product or service into the market. The timeline based roadmap communicates all the planned activities key milestones within functional swimlanes ensuring stakeholders are informed of their upcoming deadlines and dependencies.
Visualizing a conference schedule will help you see all the courses and events you plan to attend to ensure you are maximizing your time and value. This timeline presents an upcoming conference schedule so the attendee can benefit from planning the overall experience to meet their needs.
This timeline highlights the life and works of Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 24, 1896 – December 21, 1940). Fitzgerald was an American novelist, essayist, screenwriter, and short-story writer best known for his novels depicting the flamboyance and excess of the Jazz Age—a term which he popularized.