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Tom's Planner

Tom's Planner
Developer(s) Thomas Ummels
Type Project management, Collaboration, project planning

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


  • History 1
  • Software 2
  • Reviews 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Tom's Planner was developed by CEO and founder Thomas Ummels and is based in The Netherlands. In November 2009 it announced its public beta launch on TechCrunch and moved out of beta in August 2010.[1]


Tom's Planner is project management software that enables the creation of project schedules 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 built with web technologies including AJAX and Single-page application.[2]


Tom's Planner has been reviewed by PC World,[3] TechCrunch,[1] Lifehacker,[4]and several other periodicals.[5][6][7]


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External links

  • Tom's Planner website
  • Tom's Planner blog
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