Workast, the preferred Slack-based task management toolkit, is taking a look to expand its messaging horizons.
The corporate, which responded the prayers of everybody who was once in poor health of running with Asana and different task management programs, has raised $1.85 million in a seed spherical of investment led by means of Greycroft Partners because it appears to be like to expand to different messaging platforms.
Guillermo Gette says his corporate’s luck has all been due to its center of attention on conversational interfaces and development off that luck; be expecting to see Workast combine its task management options with Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, Stripe or even Cisco’s chat merchandise.
“Built on top of Slack we have been able to acquire users very quickly,” says Gette. “One out of every seven Slack paying companies are using us.”
Gette stated there at the moment are kind of 100,000 lively customers on a per month foundation that experience assigned duties and monitored their crowning glory the usage of Workast’s equipment.
The concept for the corporate got here to Gette whilst he was once running at Expedia. In the early days it was once simply Gette running at the integration on nights and weekends in 2015; now the corporate is taking a look to develop considerably, Gette stated.
Following the crowning glory of its present pilot program (est. early 2018), Workast will even roll out a top rate label product, which can come with studies and analytics, limitless integrations, visitor accounts, templates, customized fields and extra, in accordance to Gette.
“Work management tools haven’t changed much in the past 10 years and many current products continue to push a model that hasn’t adapted to the way individuals and teams work and communicate in the workplace,” he stated in a commentary. “With Workast, we are providing a more effective and efficient platform to track the continuous interactions between individuals and teams — across all channels, from messaging to email to voice and video — in a meaningful and manageable way.”
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