The system of choice
“AtTask has become the system of choice for organizations worldwide that are looking to improve how knowledge workers organize and manage work.” Our Enterprise Work Management solution intelligently combines social media techniques with traditional project management capabilities to fully engage team members in high priority productive activities while providing management teams with the information and visibility they need to optimize their resources.
Unlike competitive solutions that still rely on traditional, and ineffective, command and control management approaches, AtTask helps organizations empower their knowledge workers by leveraging the combined power of social collaboration, empowerment, accountability, visibility, and recognition-making it possible for people to take ownership of their work and perform at a higher level, creating an environment that fosters productivity, motivation, and results.
As the system of engagement for the work needs of many different departments – Marketing, IT, PMO, Product Development, Operations, Education, HR, and more – AtTask’s enterprise work management approach solves critical business issues for a broad range of customers including Global 2000 brands such as Nike, Cisco, ABC, ESPN, 3M, REI, Trek, Kellogg’s and more.
Recognized by customers, industry luminaries and the press for innovative thought leadership, product excellence, and company growth, AtTask has been named to the ‘Inc. 500 fastest growing private companies’ for three consecutive years, and received the ‘Red Herring 100 Global Award’ and the ‘Red Herring 100 North America Award’ for top private companies. AtTask regularly receives recognition for product excellence, including a ‘Gold Award’ from Top Ten Reviews, and is a consistent CODiE award winner year over year for best product. AtTask thought leaders are syndicated on Forbes.com, Gantthead.com, ITToolbox.com, CIOZone.com and Projects@Work.
Founded in 2001 by Scott Johnson, now Chairman of the Board, AtTask is headquartered on the Silicon Slopes of Utah with close to 300 employees in offices around the world helping knowledge workers improve the way they manage, organize, and deliver their work.
“Enterprise work management represents an evolution in how organizations organize and manage work,” says Eric Morgan, CEO. “We need to pay as much attention to the way knowledge workers get work done as we have given supply chain and the shop floor. Our mission is to “optimize the cubicle” to fully engage knowledge workers while cultivating their efficiency and effectiveness.