About Us

Our Purpose:

To make dynamic scheduling and resource management the project management standard for technology teams worldwide.

Our founders Charles Seybold and Jason Carlson were well-seasoned project managers, attempting to run hundreds of projects using the inflexible and unreliable planning tools that were a standard way of managing work. They saw what everyone else did—that project management was deeply broken; that teams couldn’t trust their schedules or rely on projects to come in on time or on budget.

They started LiquidPlanner in 2006 in Seattle with the intention of creating the project management tool that they wanted to use—something that was dynamic, supportive and reliable. One based on the belief that teams work best when they organize tasks by priority, make best/worst case estimates, and collaborate in one central location.

Today, we are the only resource-driven, predictive project management solution in the world. We call it Dynamic Project Management.

We believe that setting and communicating priorities is the single most important thing you can do to make your team more effective. When you build your plan around priorities instead of hundreds of hard-coded dates, magic happens. Scheduling multiple projects becomes easier than ever before. People know what to work on. Whenever priorities change, so do your schedules—automatically.

Thousands of companies worldwide are using LiquidPlanner to deliver their projects with unparalleled confidence. To focus on what matters. To get things done. To stay on top of the competition in a fast-moving market.


Best Project Management Mobile Application

Best Project Management Solution

Named in the
Gartner PPM Magic Quadrant

Our award-winning technology is secure, mobile-friendly and fully hosted. LiquidPlanner is perfect for fast-moving technology teams that value speed, innovation and accuracy.

Codie 2015

Best Project Management Solution Winner

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About Us was last modified: January 22nd, 2018 by Team Liquidplanner