taskGiant launches a new App platform for managing and collaborating on projects in the cloud

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After a year in private beta, taskGiant inc. announces the first public release of their project collaboration platform, taskGiant.com. taskGiant provides organizations the ability to easily create and share project management “Apps” that fit their specific needs, processes, and methodologies. Since taskGiant is designed to work on all popular devices and is able to configure to any corporate culture, taskGiant looks to remove the barriers that surround project management.

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If your last project status is sitting in an email between an NCAA bracket and a prince needing help harboring money, it might be time to try a different solution.

taskGiant, http://www.taskgiant.com, targets organizations that are looking for a solution that can handle their ever evolving processes and changing needs. Unlike many solutions that consist of only social feeds, checklists, and static templates, taskGiant also allows members to create and share Apps that contain processes, forms, reports, and integrations.    

taskGiant’s full functionality is available on smart phones, tablets, and desktops. The usability and features flow the same on any platform. Project managers have complete visibility on every communication and change related to their upcoming goals as they move from meeting to meeting during their day. Resources can stay on top of their work by having relevant approvals, questions, and information from all their projects fed in real-time to their personal dashboard. Customers can monitor and interact with the team from anywhere using their mobile device.

The introductory price for taskGiant.com is $2 per project per day. The price structure allows organizations to build the cost of the taskGiant service directly into each project’s budget. This works great for companies like outsourcers that manage projects for different clients; it also works great for large organizations passing costs between internal groups or divisions. taskGiant also comes in an enterprise version that provides a completely private cloud architecture that gives more control, data access, integrations, and the option of a per user pricing structure.

“If your current project solution isn’t flexible and available everywhere, then people won’t use it. To learn from your projects, you need to have all of the information flowing through a single point. If your last project status is sitting in an email between an NCAA bracket and a prince needing help harboring money, it might be time to try a different solution.” said Steven McElwee, CEO of taskGiant inc. (http://www.taskGiant.com).

taskGiant was formed in 2011 by a team of professionals that built and implemented CRM solutions for over 15 years. Using their experience from managing projects on enterprise CRM implementations, they realized that the project world lacked the same kind of flexibility that comes from most CRM solutions. That led to the creation of taskGiant.com.

William Reichard, COO of taskGiant states: “We created taskGiant because we wanted something better. We wanted a single solution that made it effortless to share information and we needed it to be flexible enough to change with us. We know that if it isn’t comfortable for the resources, then the information won’t be there for the customers and the managers.”

taskGiant inc (http://www.taskgiant.com) is a privately held company located in Cincinnati, Ohio. taskGiant provides project management solutions using leading edge concepts and technology.

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