Religious institutions are required to follow strict data protection guidelines. Therefore, choosing a software provider with high security standards is fundamental.
Stackfield meets the requirements of the GDPR, is ISO 27001 certified, and offers numerous optional security measures, for example end-to-end encryption and two-factor authentication. This way, parishes and religious institutions can rely on a secure collaboration within the platform.
In addition, Stackfield provides various different communication possibilities and a number of functions that make efficient task and project management possible.
Using Stackfield not only allows an internal exchange with church employees and members of the parish for decision making and the coordination of projects but also an exchange with external members across church districts or parishes.
With individual chats and group chats, audio and video telephony, as well as the commenting function, Stackfield offers various possibilities to make the communication simpler and more transparent, compared to the conventional ways of communication like email, phone and fax.
A comprehensive overview of all work steps is of fundamental value when monitoring and rolling out extensive church projects and day-to-day work.
To succeed, tasks in Stackfield can be displayed in a Kanban board, as a list, and in a Gantt diagram, including dependencies and critical path. With labels and user-defined status further groupings can be applied. This way, each team member keeps a clear overview.
Sensitive information that the whole team needs access to can be uploaded to a room with just a few clicks, for example, as a chat message, as an appendix to a task or directly as a file. During the process it is protected from unauthorized access thanks to end-to-end encryption.
Even personal data can be edited, organized, and delivered data protection compliant with Stackfield.