Anbumani Dhayalan - New Haven CT,
Cary Correia - Sandy Hook CT,
Jeremy Filiatrault - Glenville NY,
Sukhminder Grewal - New Haven CT,
Neetu Agarwal - Patiala,
A method for managing information is described. The method includes generating a first database in a first memory device, storing, by an administrator via a server system, a plurality of questions in the first database, where the plurality of questions relate to project information, and storing, by the administrator, a plurality of answers and a plurality of options related to the project information, where each answer corresponds to one of the plurality of questions and one of the options. The method further includes associating, by the administrator, the plurality of answers with a task by pre-defining, within the first database, the task to be performed based on the plurality of answers. The method also includes associating, by the administrator, a plurality of tools used to complete the task with the task, where the plurality of tools include at least one of templates used to manage the task, experts on the task, and frequently asked questions regarding the task. The method includes providing, via a computer, to a user, the plurality of questions and the plurality of options, receiving the plurality of answers from the second user, determining, by the computer, the task and the tools, where determining is based on the plurality of answers provided by the user, and creating at least one additional database in a second memory device.