“Echo” model in a nutshell

Creating and managing projects in Comidor PM (Project Management) is fairly straightforward. No matter the project’s complexity or size, Comidor handles all activities from budgeting to planning and scheduling down to orders, tasks and accumulated costs, in an easy to understand and apply manner.

It’s all due to simplicity and novelty of the Comidor’s “Echo” model. The “Echo”model, as the word implies, mimics the echo concept in order to capture the workflow and to monitor the real progress of the team members, team leaders up to project managers.

Due to this model, Comidor PM fully exploits the collaboration features to achieve the level of automation in costs calculation, tasks completion, requirements fulfillment and outcomes delivery. Comidor PM follows the steps below:

1. Project Manager(s) (PM) sets up the project, selects the participating groups, Teams and plans the Gantt chart. Defines the desired workload for the resources to define the expected budget and finally assigns each team schedule to its associated leader.

2. Team Leader(s) (TL) selects the appropriate resources (team members, or other fixed cost resources) and assigns orders to them.

3. The Team members (TM) are notified for their orders, create their own sub-tasks and, upon tasks completion, their orders are flagged as “complete”. As a result, the actual budget and the actual workload are re-calculated to encompass the updates.

4. Going backwards, Team Leader(s) are notified for the orders' completion and they proceed to orders' evaluation to confirm this completion. Only then, the associated requirements and deliverables can be flagged as fulfilled/delivered.

5. All these activities affect the actual project's progress, and the manager can monitor this progress with a single mouse click on his Gantt chart.


Androklis Mavridis
Comidor Product Manager
Dimitrios Athanasiadis
Sales and Export Manager

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