Providing Unprecedented Real-Time Strategy and Capacity Planning
OREM, UT--(Marketwire - August 9, 2007) - AtTask, Inc. is rolling out their latest product offering on August 15—AtTask Enterprise—a new version of their industry-leading on-demand project management solution. AtTask Enterprise includes features targeting the project and capacity planning needs of companies. The new product offers executive teams tools that deliver real-time strategic planning capabilities.
"AtTask Enterprise is the only PPM solution with a full-circle approach to organizational capacity planning," said Scott Johnson, CEO of AtTask, Inc. "Executives have never before been able to sit down at a meeting and literally drag initiatives around a timeline to see how their human resources and ability to address other initiatives will be directly affected. AtTask Enterprise is both user-friendly and intuitive -- and its robust functionality as the new leading project management application allows decisions made in the board room to seamlessly roll out throughout the organization," concluded Johnson.
• Project Requesting
• Project Planning
• Capacity Planning
• Project Reconciliation
"AtTask's capacity planning is like playing Tetris with your projects and resources," said Nate Bowler, AtTask's CTO. "As you move estimates and plans, you get real-time feedback on how you will affect other current and planned projects. When everything fits, your plan delivers full utilization."
For more information, go to www.attask.com/enterprise
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.