OREM, UT — October 12, 2010—Recognized as one of the nation’s fastest growing companies, AtTask, Inc. (www.attask.com), creators of the first true social work management platform, increased its growth over the last two quarters adding more than 150 new customers and completing several key implementations.
Notable among the list of new customers are Adobe, Anytime Fitness, Boston College, and Heartland Payment Systems. Additionally, AtTask expanded its footprint within key clients such as Google, HBO and others and completed new implementations with several companies including REI and LeapFrog.
“The economy is still difficult for a lot of businesses. We’ve heard from a number of organizations that in the current economic environment, they’re getting pressure to streamline their repetitive work processes,” said Scott Johnson, CEO of AtTask. “We’ve found that the depth of our work management platform is the key to successfully automating these processes so folks can accomplish more with the same or fewer resources.”
AtTask work management software organizes both structured, project-based work and unstructured, freeform work. This gives users control over their own tasks, and gives some of the world’s largest and most successful companies instant visibility into the work their teams are performing.
“Our biggest success with AtTask has been in our improved executive reporting,” said Tim Kamer, Director of Operations for Leap Frog Interactive. “We’ve reduced by 90 percent the amount of time we spend collecting the data we rely on for key decision making.”
Additionally, AtTask announced that registration is now open for WorkOut 2011, the work management summit open to AtTask users and non-users alike. The conference takes place February 7-10, 2011 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah. For more information please visit www.attask.com/workout.
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, Google, HBO, Johnson & Johnson, Newsweek, Nike, Toyota and Whirlpool have turned to AtTask to manage work of all levels of complexity. Its on-demand work management solution is available in 10 languages.