Quick Look: Pagico Professional
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Pagico. The developer describes Pagico as a personal database that combines resource management and task management into one streamlined platform, which allows you to manage tasks and resources (notes, files and lists, etc) in projects and contact profiles. Pagico also provides unparalleled classification features for your projects, so that categorizing and locating your content is easier than ever.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

Screenshots

Pagico Screenshot 1

Pagico Screenshot 1

Pagico Screenshot 2

Pagico Screenshot 2

About the App

Here are the top six features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Manage projects by centralizing and storing all kinds of resources (notes, lists, tasks, files, etc) in projects
  • The “Schedule Flowchart” feature that turns all ToDos into an intuitive flowchart
  • Keep track of contacts by creating contact profiles and centralizing all kinds of resources
  • The new Today screen that helps you re-order, complete, and re-schedule daily tasks easily
  • A uniquely designed Inbox that takes everything (notes, lists, tasks, files, etc)
  • Cross-reference (interlink) projects and contacts easily

Requirements: Mac OS X 10.4 or higher

Price: $50

Developer:: Pagico Software

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  • Al

    I was quite impressed when I saw that you guys stated it worked on 10.3, but after a quick check on the developer’s site, system requirements are, in fact (as usual) 10.4.11 and up.

    • http://davidappleyard.net David Appleyard

      That’s odd, as the developer informed us that it would work on 10.3. Have you tried it out on that release? Thanks!

  • http://www.pagico.com/ Ryo

    Hi all,

    I’m the developer of Pagico. Having a typo in the promotional material is the worst thing ever, and I think I just had one in this Quick Look! The system requirement for Pagico on Mac is actually 10.4 and higher, and I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

    David, please kindly revise the page a little bit.

    Thank you!

    Ryo

  • http://www.l1theproducer.info L1 The Producer

    Whats with all these same ideas repackaged on Mac? It’s just another project management system.

    Please create something creative and not the same thing as every one else.

    • Joe

      Was that comment really necessary? I mean, really.

      It looks like someone has been hitting the “Haterade” a little too much.

  • Teej

    is this a Cocoa app? feels like Java or maybe RealBasic?

  • http://www.pagico.com Ryo

    @L1TheProducer:
    Believe me this is not just another project management system. We’re not trying to re-invent the wheels at all. This is a personal database that address both task management and daily resource organization. Tons of unique features have been built in, so I would like to ask you to kindly try it out before making such statements.

    @Teej,
    It’s built with a combination of Cocoa and Web technologies. The UI is rendered using Webkit for cross-platform purposes.

    Thanks.

    • Teej

      Oh cool, pretty interesting. And I didn’t mean anything negative, just noticed some non-Mac UI stuff. I’m giving this one a shot as I’m in the market for project management software right now. Looks pretty nice.

      • http://www.pagico.com Ryo

        Not a problem, sir. ;-) Feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

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  • Richard

    Well I could use this one. I sometimes feel like a one-armed juggler. I publish multiple print/electronic newsletters with US and and international editions, directories, pocket guides, a few dailies for selected meetings/trade shows, and just to keep it interesting throw in a few special projects as well. I have to manage communications with authors, find and collect relevant news, schedule the issues, design and produce (print and electronic), manage communications with my proof readers, produce ads for some client, collect ads from others, update the circulation daily, etc., so this might help keep me sane or at least within the range of normal of sane.

  • http://Jeannienguyen.com Jeannie nguyen

    I could use this cause I have many graphic design related projects as well as school group projects. It’s difficult keeping track of everything and a program like this can make my life easier.

  • Deming

    Ryo, I for one want to thank you for putting this fabulous program together. I’ve been looking for the optimum project manager for me. I am a scientist and student so my project management is very complex. I tried OmniFocus, TheHitList, and just about all of the other commonly recommended GTD programs. I came across Pagico earlier today, tried it out for a few minutes and KNEW it is exactly what I’ve been looking for so I have already purchased a license. Thanks again.

    @L1 The Producer, I can attest that this program is NOT like all of the other project managers out right now. It is a little more complex than most, but it is because it is far more robust as well. There are quite a few things this program does that the others don’t.

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