PRN: Mindjet Premieres Cloud-Based Collaborative Work Management
Mindjet Premieres Cloud-Based Collaborative Work Management [12-September-2011] LONDON, September 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Acquires Social Collaboration Innovator Cohuman for Optimised Team Accountability and Launches Mindjet Connect, a Free Online Service to Improve How People Work Together MindjetÂ®, the company that improves how people work together, today announced new Mindjet ConnectÂ® collaborative work management software to help groups working toward common goals get more done.
Mindjet Premieres Cloud-Based Collaborative Work Management
LONDON, September 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Acquires Social Collaboration Innovator Cohuman for Optimised Team Accountability and Launches Mindjet Connect, a Free Online Service to Improve How People Work Together
MindjetÂ®, the company that improves how people work together, today announced new Mindjet ConnectÂ® collaborative work management software to help groups working toward common goals get more done. Mindjet Connect is a cloud-based service that helps groups visualise their best ideas and plans, securely manage and share files, get teams on the same page and access information anywhere, at any time.Â
ForresterÂ®'s Rob Koplowitz indicated in his 2011 report that 43% of information workers work from multiple locations over the course of a month, and that 42% work outside of the corporate firewall. Â Work is decentralised, moving faster and likely to keep changing at a rapid pace to keep up with the similarly frenetic pace of change in communications, business and technology. Mindjet Connect addresses the needs of this changing workforce.
"Work today is different. Individuals and teams are overloaded, increasingly virtual and knee deep in unstructured information, resulting in a lack of clarity, accountability and action,"Â said Scott Raskin, Mindjet CEO. Â "Mindjet Connect goes beyond document management and file sharing, and includes a powerful way to visualise information that provides faster insight and better results."
Mindjet also announced the acquisition of CohumanÂ® (http://www.cohuman.com), a social task-based web service that keeps teams in sync by making information more people-centric, organised and transparent. With social aspects similar to FacebookÂ® and TwitterÂ®, Cohuman gives people the ability to better coordinate with colleagues on projects and tasks. Â
"Where Mindjet Connect helps teams get on the same page, Cohuman helps teams stay on the same page,"Â said Raskin. Â "The combination of Cohuman and Mindjet Connect will further Mindjet's vision to help people work better, together."
With these announcements, Mindjet is well-positioned to be the leading provider of collaborative work management software. Â
Mindjet Connect will be available free of charge on September 22, 2011 at http://www.mindjet.com/connect. Â To find out more about Mindjet Connect visit http://blog.mindjet.com. Â To learn more about Cohuman visit http://blog.cohuman.com.
Two million individuals, small businesses and Fortune 1000Â® companies using Mindjet understand that working visually and collaboratively brings results. Â We set the standard in mind mapping and now our focus is to provide collaborative work management solutions that dramatically improve how people can work better together, accomplish goals more successfully and be more productive.
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Mindjet products are available for free trial or purchase at http://www.mindjet.com/products/overview and through an extensive partner network at http://www.mindjet.com/community/partners/overview.
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