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Loginworks announces mobile version of their office communication software, TaskTrek

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Loginworks announces mobile version of their office communication software, TaskTrek

Indian software development company Loginworks has announced the mobile version of their software, TaskTrek. The software is meant to aid in internal office communications, and the mobile version, which will be available in January 2011, is meant to improve this functionality. Targetted at SMEs, the software is not limited to any platform and should allow communication, information management, and web collaboration on activities and projects along with team monitoring.

The new version of TaskTrek is scalable to suit the different needs of different sizes of organisations and can also be useful to freelancers working on a variety of projects for different clients to manage all their work related data. The mobile version of TaskTrek allows users to access messages and files, perform actions such opening new tasks, replying to messages, sharing information with team, manage team members and view latest updates on activities.

Dheeraj Juneja, Founder and CEO, Loginworks, said, “It seems like only yesterday we had launched TaskTrek, and in a short span we have been able to garner great support and appreciation for this hosted service. Many new features have been introduced to this application to make it more user friendly, robust and cover wide range of communication issues across business sector. We have tested the service with PR agencies, ad agencies, media, and other allied services where communication is high priority and gained their trust in the service. Our international clients have been communicating with us, using TaskTrek for nearly two years, and it gives me great pride to say that in our office we have completely moved away from emails now.”


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