Its flagship product, @task 4, is a platform-independent, web-based project management suite which includes task management, issue tracking, document management, time tracking, and portfolio management.
In February 2007, Joe Cardenas, former Senior Vice President and CIO of Salesforce.com joined AtTask's board.
In June 2007, AtTask raised $7 million of venture funding from OpenView Venture Partners. The funding was earmarked for further product development and expanding marketing efforts.
In 2006, AtTask released a complete rewrite of its product. The rewrite delivered new technologies such as: an "approachable" simplified user interface that utilizes AJAX for responsiveness and shorter page loading times, a JMS based event model, Cluster configuration, i18n compliance, SaaS options, and Web Services for product integration.
AtTask claims to be the first SaaS-based project management solution to allow users to bring their own data in-house.
AtTask Allows GE Healthcare Employees and Managers to Validate Initiatives with Total Visibility Into Projects -- to Speed Installation and Improve Customer Satisfaction.
Apr 29, 2009; GE Healthcare PET Radiopharmacy, a leading provider of transformational medical technologies and professional consulting...
AtTask's 2009 February Update Allows Business Leaders to Align Strategic Vision and Objectives with Project Selection and Execution Enterprise-Wide.
Mar 05, 2009; attask, the worldEs most popular project and portfolio management (PPM) solution, announces the 2009 February Update,...
AtTask Helps Spear One Manage Agency Bandwidth--Allowing Them to Set Reliable Customer Expectations, Reduce Overtime and Consistently Deliver Successful Campaigns.
May 06, 2009; Spear One, a Dallas, Texas-based full-service meetings and incentives firm, chose attask (www.attask.com), the...