June 20, 2011, Boston, Massachusetts
At the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston today, Socialtext launched Socialtasks, a flexible project management tool integrated with its leading enterprise social networking platform.
Socialtasks enables teams to visualize and manage tasks in a collaborative work environment, adapting easily to whatever business processes their organization has in place.
"Socialtext is the enterprise social platform where people go to get their work done — where as with other enterprise social networks you merely talk about doing work," says Eugene Lee, Socialtext's CEO. "With Socialtasks, we want to help teams track the progress of tasks and projects they're working on together, without imposing too much rigidity since every business is different."
Socialtasks consists of three main features.
Socialtasks will be available to all Socialtext customers in Q3, and will be available for demo during the Enterprise 2.0 conference. For more information, customers should contact their account representative. New customers should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Established in 2002, Socialtext was the first company to deliver social software to businesses. By unlocking knowledge, expertise, ideas and data, Socialtext eliminates information silos across the enterprise to drive superior business performance. Socialtext's enterprise social networking products — including micro blogging, blogs, wikis, profiles and social spreadsheets — provide simpler ways for employees to share vital information and work together in real-time. Delivered in a variety of hosted cloud services, as well as on-site appliances, enterprise customers are provided with flexible deployment options that meet their security requirements. Built on a flexible, web-oriented architecture, Socialtext integrates with virtually any traditional system of record, such as CRM and ERP, enabling companies to discuss, collaborate, and take action on key business processes. More than 6,500 businesses worldwide have accelerated their business performance with Socialtext, including Egon Zehnder, Getty Images, Symantec, Meredith Corporation, NYU Stern, OSIsoft, and Epitaph Records. To learn more, visit www.socialtext.com.
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