AtTask Announces Public Beta of Predictive Automation Application for Project and Task Execution

by Adam Baker
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Orem, UT – April 1, 2011 – AtTask, Inc. (www.attask.com), creators of the first true social work management platform and worldwide leader in on-demand project and portfolio management software, announces the release of TypeAhead, a new experimental project secretly developed by AtTask Labs (originally codenamed Project #44111)—the first work management application capable of complete end-to-end project execution automation.

“Every R&D team has an advanced engineering group that works on pushing the boundaries of what’s possible,” said Nate Bowler, AtTask co-founder and CTO. “The guys in the lab took simplification and automation to an extreme we hadn’t really ever considered. We’re hoping with some feedback in real customer applications, we can make the final refinements necessary to make TypeAhead a reality for the masses.”

Just a few weeks ago, attendees at WorkOut 2011 (the AtTask Work Management Summit) experienced a sneak-peek of this breakthrough technology when Bowler took the stage in his traditional innovation keynote.

“I actually swallowed my gum when I saw the demo,” said one conference attendee who asked not to be named. “AtTask appears to have cracked the code on guaranteeing a successful project outcome—and I can’t wait to get my hands on it.”

About AtTask

AtTask (www.attask.com) increases workplace harmony by enfranchising workers and informing executives. The company’s social Work Management software gives people at all levels of the organization tools to help them better understand and organize their work. Going social facilitates deeper worker buy-in, and delivers executives conversational insights into the work environment. Over 1,000 organizations of all sizes, including Cisco, GE, Key Bank, HBO, Newsweek, Nike, have turned to AtTask to manage work of all levels of complexity. Its on-demand work management solution is available in 7 languages.

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