Date Added:May 28, 2007
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*They have a new ipad app for managers that give them easy access to real-time visibility into their department's work.
*Their is an API access into your AtTask data so you can make your own applications and reports or use the store.atappstore.com for more tools.
*New integration with google drive and drop box when adding assets and documents to a task or project.
*And new integration with outlook for project management and collaboration
Daily timesheets to fill out.
*but you can use the new Stopwatch by store.atappstore.com that has a timer to record your time on a project and show you when your deadlines are.
They are driving to fill all needs of project management software and giving users the tools to go even further.
Once you get into the product, you quickly see that it's flexibility and ability to deliver data the way you need it is something you love more as you use the product more. Very good solution.
@task can be configured to many ways that its hard to understand what is the best way to do something.
You won't be disappointed with the product, but plan on getting best-practice orientation from an @task consultant. We use @task's integrated issue management system for all IT requests; time tracking; process management for our legal and finance groups; and standard project management functions for all ad-hoc projects. We haven't gotten into the resource management, capacity planning, or portfolio management areas of the application yet.
It all looks good but when you get into the product if fails on several levels. The most recent release actually takes more steps to get things done than previous versions. There are better tools that do more than what you get at Attask.
Pricing and licensing options are absurd the limited license is useless and the full license is expensive compared to other products even though you can get up to 30% or more off what they quote anyone who needs reports only needs a full license.
There are other products that do the same thing and more go find them.
Updated on Sep 11, 2009
Functionality looks great
@Task has a five-user minimum to initiate any new account
We spent quite a bit of time researching @Task, including reading most of the user documentation. Then when we were ready to buy we learned that they have a minimum of five licences that need to be bought in order to open an account.
There is no possibility to pay on a monthly basis, so that means paying close to USD 2,000 up front for something that we can't even try before rolling it out in our company.
All fair enough but it would have saved us a massive amount of time if we knew this restriction when we started our comparison.
Seriously the easiest PM tool that I have ever found. I have seen many tools out there and @task is the only one that gives everyone high level visibility in their projects down to the smallest detail. It's a great tool if you're still using Excel and MS Project because you can transfer all of your projects and data right over.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.attask.com|
|Release Date||May 28, 2007|
|Date Added||May 28, 2007|
|Subcategory||Calendar & Time Management Software|
|File Size||Not Available|
|File Name||External File|
|Downloads Last Week||1|