Web 2.0 Company Offers Free Collaboration Portals

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Founded in 2006, Pelotonics is now launching to the public in this Late Stage Beta Release. Pelotonics is offering its Plan 1 subscription for free to Beta participants. Participants get to manage 10 projects and store 1GB of files for free for as long as they wish.

Our goal is to introduce companies to what we call 'project management for the rest of us,'

Keeping pace with the trend toward remote operations, Pelotonics, an online group collaboration software provider is offering their software for free to manage up to ten projects for life to organizations with remote team members. The Pelotonics Collaboration Portal increases group as well as personal productivity.

The Pelotonics system allows project leads and team members to centralize messages, establish and assign milestones and tasks, and access critical files - all from an easy-to-use online portal. The standard pricing structure contains a plan that includes one project at no charge, but this free offer (limited to 500 organizations during the Pelotonics late-stage beta release) gives new users ten free projects for as long as they use the system. Details on the beta release can be found at the Pelotonics website.

"Because the system is a tool that companies will use year after year, we didn't want to put a time limit on the free projects for the beta test participants. With so many organizations today working with remote employees, telecommuters, and international teams, this system gives businesses and non-profit organizations access to the tools they need to keep their projects on track," Troy Malone, Pelotonics Chief Evangelist.

"Our goal is to introduce companies to what we call 'project management for the rest of us,'" Malone said. "Pelotonics gives personal productivity fans like me the opportunity to increase the productivity of their teams as well."

New users have until August 20, 2008, to claim their ten free projects. The plan includes the ability to add as many colleagues as needed, plus 1 GB storage for files.

The name Pelotonics comes from the cycling world. In cycling, the peloton is a pack of riders who race in a tight formation for maximum efficiency. Pelotonics employs the same principle, pulling teams together to increase organization and enhance performance.


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