Orem, Utah – March 24, 2008 – Rising to meet the tremendous demand of the expanding project management market in Asia and Europe, AtTask, Inc. has opened two new satellite offices in London and Beijing. The leading provider of on–demand project and portfolio management (PPM) software chose the two locations based on their potential for exponential growth. The Asia–Pacific on–demand software market is in its early stages of growth and is likely to see explosive uptake over the next three years. Much of the growth in both geographic regions will be fueled by SMBs and larger enterprises seeking to shift to an on–demand PPM solution.
“AtTask is uniquely positioned to not only meet – but exceed – the needs of CIOs in Asia Pacific and Europe,” said AtTask’s CEO Scott Johnson. “The top project management concerns of Asia Pacific executives heading into 2008 include minimizing risk, bridging the operational maturity gap, adopting international standards to improve the business process, boosting the use of mobile applications, and embracing SaaS. Our flagship product, AtTask, can meet these needs with ease while being the only international on–demand PPM solution providing multiple–language support in English, Spanish, German, French, Chinese and Japanese.”
“The strategic location of the (Asia) and (U.K.) divisions of AtTask enables us to vastly expand our client base,” said Abe Knell, VP of Sales. “This is an incredibly exciting time in the evolution of AtTask, as we are focused not only on our strong domestic growth – but we’re taking a leap – becoming the global leader in project and portfolio management software.”
About AtTask, Inc.
AtTask (www.attask.com) is the leading provider of online project management tools. 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.