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NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 25, 2016) - Taskworld, the first project management platform to provide performance analytics and real-time employee feedback, announces today the launch of its new, all-in-one task management platform for businesses, Taskworld Enterprise. Taskworld simplifies complex projects with a visual overview where you can see which employee is working on which action item. The new platform allows users to create projects, assign tasks, chat with team members and track their workload in real-time.
In addition to the new enterprise chat feature, users will also notice major upgrades to the workspace -- a virtual office aimed at making project management more seamless than ever.
"Taskworld is evolving and the most important part of that evolution is our users," said Taskworld CEO Fred Mouawad. "Based on the feedback we have received over the past two years, we have enhanced our application to provide users with a fast responding platform that significantly improves execution. Teams using our application can't imagine working without it."
The Enterprise platform is currently available for a free 30-day trial. Once the trial period ends, businesses can purchase a workspace with all features included for $11 per user per month. The application is available for free for teams of up to five people. For more information on Taskworld, visit www.taskworld.com or follow the company on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
Taskworld Inc., founded in New York in 2012 by serial entrepreneur Fred Mouawad, aims to improve how enterprises around the world collaborate to enhance execution, is a unique cloud-based project management platform that enables managers and team members to assign and receive tasks, communicate, provide feedback and measure performance to better engage and stimulate the development of team members.
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