AtTask Recognized as a Champion in Info-tech Project and Portfolio Management Quadrant

The Info-Tech Vendor Landscape

SILICON SLOPES, UT — December 13, 2012 — AtTask, an industry leader in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Enterprise Work Management solutions, has been positioned by Info-Tech Research Group in the “Champion” quadrant of the Mid-Market Project and Portfolio (PPM) Vendor Landscape report.

“AtTask has been recognized as an industry ‘Champion’ and ‘Leader’ by two world-class industry analyst firms for both Enterprise and Mid-Market PPM solutions within the last six months,” said Eric Morgan, CEO of AtTask. “We will continue to innovate within the space and look for ways to solve project management problems the right way, getting team members engaged with social collaboration and giving executives visibility they can trust.”

AtTask an Info~Tech
Research Group Champion

Champions receive high scores for most evaluation criteria and offer excellent value, according to Info-Tech Research Group. They have a strong market presence and are usually the trend setters for the industry.

“AtTask is a champion in this space due to its robust feature set and ability to manage all types of work,” said Barry Cousins, Senior Research Analyst at Info-Tech Research Group. “Excelling at managing reactive work, AtTask is focused on work management and is a leader in this space.”

Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape reports recognize outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Assessing vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category. The criteria and weighting factors for products include features, usability, affordability, and architecture.

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About AtTask

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 gives executives conversational insights into the work environment. Over 1,000 organizations of all sizes, including Cisco, GE, Key Bank, HBO, 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 7 languages.