Trinnovations Selects AtTask for Sophisticated Project Management
Trinnovations to use AtTask for task and project management, and to increase employee productivity
OREM, Utah and TEMECULA, Calif. – May 3, 2006 — AtTask, Inc., a leading provider of project management software, today announced that Trinnovations, a technology company located in Southern California, has selected AtTask?s enterprise project management software to streamline projects for its small business needs. Trinnovations uses AtTask for task and project management, financial invoicing and training employees.
AtTask provides Trinnovations with an easy–to–implement, web–managed approach to project management that is designed to help increase organizational efficiencies, maximize management resources, facilitate team collaboration and foster individual responsibility and productivity. Trinnovations switched from Dotproject to AtTask because the open source project management tool lacked regular maintenance and required ongoing in–house programming to meet day–to–day business needs.
"We tested more than 20 project management tools, and AtTask provided us the most affordable and comprehensive package," said Anthony Faulds, president of Trinnovations. "AtTask?s multi–option payment plan offers competitive pricing packages for small businesses, and still allows room for growth. AtTask can handle both the service and support aspects of our company and provides management with a clear picture of employee productivity. The customizable reports allow us to track billable hours, and more importantly, paints a clear picture of our ROI."
Trinnovation administrators can implement AtTask to define its staff in terms of groups, roles and access levels for multiple projects and tasks. Customizable reports make it easy to chart employee progress as they become more efficient and learning curves diminish. Users can easily redefine task dependencies and customize their AtTask portal to give them a comfortable interface and convenient access to their roles and responsibilities. Users can access AtTask securely from any Internet browser or WAP–enabled device.
"AtTask is an established, out–of–the–box solution that allows us to concentrate on our business rather than wasting time tasking and tracking projects," added Faulds. "We haven?t needed much time from AtTask?s customer support team because the tool is so intuitive and easy to use, which is a true compliment to AtTask?s developers. There are a lot of features that we do not use yet, but it is good to know that as our business continues to grow, rather than having to adopt or change to another tool, AtTask will grow with us."
"Trinnovations is a rapidly growing technology company that needed a cost–effective and robust project management tool to help manage its numerous research and development projects," said Abraham Knell, vice president of sales for AtTask, Inc. "AtTask not only simplifies project management for Trinnovations, it also integrates with their accounting application and addresses training needs relating to employee knowledge, abilities and learning curve. AtTask provides Trinnovations with a flexible and innovative tool that will grow with the company?s staff and technology needs."
Founded in 2001, the Temecula, Calif.–based Trinnovations is rooted in the cornerstones of research, development, and application. Working with aerospace and government subcontractors, Trinnovations combines knowledge from Web and database technology with research in this industry. To learn more, visit www.trinnovations.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.