AtTask Demystifies Project Scheduling and Capacity Planning With New Release of Its PPM Solution

by Adam Baker
, 1 min read

OREM, Utah – June 26, 2007 — AtTask, Inc. announced today a new release of its PPM solution, AtTask. The new project and capacity planning features allow project requests to be planned and reviewed according to risk, alignment, benefit, and cost. The features also include a rich capacity planner that allows strategic planning functions to be done at upper–management levels while reconciliation happens at the project level with project managers. The new release simplifies the daunting task many organizations face of getting the right projects in place and planning according to resource constraints.

"Every day we talk to business managers who have been searching and unable to find this kind of solution," said Abe Knell, AtTask’s VP of Sales. "AtTask has solved this difficult problem in a way that makes sense to the end user. It’s totally understandable PPM," Knell concludes.

"This is a full circle feature set," said Nate Bowler, AtTask’s CTO. "You don’t see this functionality in the industry. It makes sense and it addresses every aspect of the project lifecycle."

AtTask provides a platform, database, and browser independent solution that can be implemented either on–premise or on–demand. The on–demand offering has a 30 day free trial that also includes one–on–one consulting with a project management professional.

For more information, go to http://www.pmo–heaven.com

About AtTask, Inc.

AtTask (www.attask.com) is the leading provider of on–demand project and portfolio management software. Its flagship product, AtTask, places business intelligence tools in the hands of executives and makes team–collaboration accessible to the front line. Its platform independent and multi–lingual solution is increasing efficiency and productivity for Fortune 500 companies across the globe. AtTask's clients include Adobe, CBS, Johnson & Johnson, Chevron, Fujitsu, Hanes, HBO, Hitachi, GE, McDonalds, Toyota, UCLA, and Walt Disney.

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