San Francisco Start-up works with Google Apps to streamlines Work and Project Management, Improves Team Collaboration and Efficiency
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 10, 2010 -- Manymoon announced today that its free work and project management application for Google Apps is now available in the Google Apps Marketplace™, Google's recently launched online storefront for Google Apps™ products and services. Less than a year since it was originally released, Manymoon is already used by thousands of businesses of all sizes and industries. With Manymoon, it is simple for users to create a secure project workspace with task lists, files, due dates and threaded messaging. Through single-sign-in access of their Google Apps account, users can connect with colleagues and immediately start sharing existing emails, Google Docs™ and Google Calendars™ without worrying about additional setup or training.
"Manymoon enables business to easily manage team work online. We've added tens of thousands of users in just the last few months and we look forward to turbo-charging our growth through the Google Apps Marketplace," says Amit Kulkarni, company CEO. "Online discussion boards and emailing document and spreadsheet attachments around just doesn't work for fast-moving teams. Manymoon plus Google Apps is a fundamentally better way to get work done."
Manymoon makes it simple for businesses and teams to organize and share information including tasks, projects, documents, status updates and links with co-workers, customers and partners.
"We no longer spend hours a day maintaining our email and project collaboration systems. Google Apps and Manymoon securely host applications so that we can focus on growing our business," says Jason Meinzer, COO and Co-Founder of CityRyde.
The Google Apps Marketplace makes it easy for more than 2 million Google Apps customers to discover, purchase and deploy integrated business applications and related professional services. By integrating with user account and application data stored in Google Apps, these cloud applications provide a simpler user experience, increase business efficiency, and reduce administrative overhead. To learn more, visit google.com/marketplace/apps.
"Feedback from Google Apps customers using Manymoon has been very positive, and so we are thrilled to have the application in the Google Apps Marketplace," said Scott McMullan, Google Apps Partner Lead for Google Enterprise. "We built the Google Apps Marketplace to help our customers extend Google Apps with tightly integrated third party products, and the combination of Google Apps and Manymoon is a great example of how businesses can benefit from working in the cloud."
Google Apps brings simple, powerful communication and collaboration tools to organizations. With Google Apps, users can use applications such as Gmail™ webmail service, Google Talk™ instant messaging service, Google Calendar™ calendaring service, Google Docs™ program, Google Sites™ web application, and Google Video™ for business on their own domain to work together more effectively. Best of all, it's all hosted by Google, so there's no hardware or software to download, install or maintain.
Manymoon was launched in 2009 by Amit Kulkarni and Manav Monga to change how team and project management works. Frustrated by the wasted time, effort, and money they saw in email attachments, disconnected calendars, and lightweight project management discussion boards, Amit and Manav decided to build the kind of application they always wished they had at work. Manymoon sprang from that vision. Now the fastest growing project and work management application online, Manymoon is trusted by tens of thousands of teams who use it manage their work. Built for nimble, fast-moving teams in practically any type of work environment, Manymoon is available as a stand-alone web-based application or, in partnership with Google, as an add-on in the Google Apps Marketplace. Manymoon is backed by Harrison Metal Capital.
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