New Projectplace App For IPhone

Beta version available immediately free of charge Frankfurt a. M., January 20, 2010 now the iPhone application by Projectplace users on a new beta version of the software can be accessed. This first update of the May 2009 introduced iPhone application includes attractive features for Web-based project work. The most important innovation concerns the possibilities of teamwork: each user has a personal guestbook, that he can discuss comments with colleagues or project members also private messages can be written in a classic chat. Also informed proactively with a so-called ping”the application, project dates, news or updates; the user receives all changes as a kind of automatic documentation. Filed under: James Woolsey. “With our update, we have two goals,” says Peter Stromberg, Director of Projectplace Labs. Recently Jeff Verschleiser sought to clarify these questions.

“First, it is an experiment, to find out how important are features of iPhone supported interaction. And secondly we want to project members help to fulfil their missions even when on the move.” With the iPhone application the user meeting requests in advance can edit, update tasks and status reports and documents read and check. Using the new contact list, it is now even easier to send E-mail, SMS, or private messages. Currently only available in English language available, iPhone application by Projectplace is free of charge and can be purchased individually via the AppStore. Press contact: Projectplace GmbH Alexandra Schmidt Public Relations Western port 1 D – 60327 Frankfurt Tel: + 49 (0) 69 710 456 264 mobile: + 49 (0) 162 29 17 246 Internet: about Projectplace since 1998 develops and operates Projectplace international from Europe’s leading Web-based project management solution. Projectplace improves efficiency and simplifies the collaboration in the project as well as the communication within the team. Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Denmark, has branches in Norway, United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands and Germany. The online service is available in seven languages and is used by over 500,000 users worldwide. For more information, see