New Visual Design
The most obvious change is the overhauled visual design and user interface. The company calls the design "human-centered," meaning it's created to make users more efficient by having critical content more readily accessible. By reducing "clicks to critical information," users can access more of the full capabilities of Autotask, Burns said.
"The added dimension of the new visual design for us is not just about the 'hair and makeup' but about presenting information in a way that makes sense for users," he said.