OREM, UT (July 1, 2007) – AtTask, Inc. has released AtTask, the first on–demand project portfolio management solution with a SOAP API suite complete with Software Development Kit (SDK) and a ready–made API for Microsoft Outlook.
This allows organizations to bridge a gap when relying on two software applications—each with critical functionality, running independent of each other.
Organizations using Outlook can now update assigned tasks and jump to projects in AtTask from within Outlook.
The SDK seamlessly places business intelligence in the hands of any company running AtTask Enterprise edition project management software. APIs for popular desktop and web–based applications such as QuickBooks and Salesforce.com are slated for later this year.
"Our customers asked us how to combine the power of AtTask with their mission–critical applications; the SDK is the answer," said Scott Johnson, CEO of AtTask.
The APIs allow the entire robust functionality of AtTask to be available via remote calls. The SaaS (Software as a Service) solution, already recognized as an industry leader for its progressive approach to business process improvement and team–based collaboration, now offers the power of integration with the applications driving today's business.
This platform independent and multi–lingual solution is increasing efficiency and productivity for Fortune 500 companies across the globe. AtTask clients include CBS, Johnson & Johnson, Chevron, Fujitsu, Hanes, Hawaiian Airlines, HBO, Hitachi, GE, McDonalds, Toyota, UCLA, and Walt Disney.
For more information, go to www.attask.com/support/outlook
About AtTask, Inc.
AtTask (www.attask.com) is the leading provider of online project 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.