Galerie Living leverages work management platform Moovila to scale community development projects

Senior Living Innovator turns to Moovila to centralize communications, improve workflows and support high-end results

CHARLESTON, South Carolina, Jan. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gallery Livea senior living developer, owner and operator, has selected Moovilathe world’s smartest work and project management platform, to streamline processes as it grows.

Originally launched in 2019, the Living Gallery has more than doubled in size over the past two and a half years. Known for creating boutique-like communities with exceptional hospitality service, the company has faced typical growing pains associated with a successful business. Effectively scaling the organization required underlying technology that brought together communication, resource management, and sophisticated scheduling to manage the complex work of multiple teams.

Tim Gary, CEO of Galerie Living, said, “Our custom-built communities are complex in design, scale and service. To meet the growing demand for our bespoke wellness environments, we needed smart tools that streamlined processes and connected teams. Moovila keeps our projects on track while maintaining a team-oriented approach.”

Moovila’s proprietary mathematical critical path engine presents a clear picture of every project to help companies make informed decisions about resources, costs and timelines. Through continuous analysis and an integrated project management coach known as Carmen, Moovila helps identify and resolve issues to keep projects current and accurate. Carmen gives people managing projects without formal PM training the skills they need to effectively track work. With Moovila, Galerie Living was also able to centralize communication and cross-collaboration to improve processes and workflows. The company noted several additional benefits, including 24/7 information and real-time visibility into project status.

Gary continued, “Since we implemented Moovila, we can accommodate the unknown, ensuring nothing is left out while sharing updates with key stakeholders. The chat function and the ability to connect and comment on documents associated with tasks are particularly useful. Rather than scheduling extra review meetings, I can check on projects anytime, anywhere. Moovila has strengthened our ability to grow our existing communities and create brand new ones.

Moovila Founder and CEO, Mike Psenka, said: “Galerie Living is disrupting the whole concept of senior living, but developing innovative projects can be difficult, especially in times of supply chain shortages and other risks. Moovila automatically uncovers the hidden project risks that cause these issues before work gets derailed, allowing companies like Galerie Living to continue to grow and meet the needs of their clients. We are honored to help fuel their projects.

About Gallery Living

Founded in 1996, Gallery Live is an award-winning developer and operator of innovative retirement homes. We create unexpected happiness in the lives of seniors, families and communities. We transform the living experience of older adults, blending design, technology and operational expertise to create highly connected experiences and communities. Rather than relying on what the industry says retirement homes should be, our communities are created and imagined by our hearts, by our instincts and by our residents. For more information, visit Gallery Live.

About Moovila
Moovila® connects people and work on the only AI-powered work management platform with the ability to eliminate risk and accelerate flawless execution. Moovila models and manages workflows while seamlessly integrating the actual capacity and schedules of the people and resources performing the work. With an integrated project management coach, entire work ecosystems integrate the same data into a single platform with a clear visual path and project productivity rating. For more information, visit

CONTACT: Media Contacts: Jeanne Achille The Devon Group for Moovila [email protected]

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