Paris the 10th of October 2011. GroupCamp announced today that it has extended the integration of GroupCamp Project, its web-based project management software (http://www.groupcamp.com/online-project-management-software) with Google Docs, Google Calendar and Gmail even for users of regular Gmail accounts.
Following earlier announcement of full Google Apps for Business integraton, GroupCamp Project users who use their Gmail accounts to sign into GroupCamp can now have their tasks and milestones in their online GroupCamp projects fully synchronized with their Google Calendar. Inviting users to join online projects and collaborate also becomes easier.
“The reality of small business is changing with more and more users in consulting, media, technology, marketing, web design and communications increasingly using regular Gmail accounts for its ease of use and the ability to have great mobile synchronization with their smartphones” according to Dickel SOORIAH, co-founder of GroupCamp.
Taking your assigned tasks in your web-based projects with you in your Google Calendar
GroupCamp stated that mobile productivity and mobile collaboration is one of the main reasons Google and Gmail users wanted their tasks and milestones in their online projects synced with Google Calendar. “Our Gmail users feel that Gmail is the door into a wide range of mobile phones which will easily sync with standards-based calendars” said Dickel SOORIAH.
Browsing your Google Contacts from your web-based projects
With this new implementation, Gmail users can access up to five different Gmail accounts from their web-based projects and therefore easily browse all their contacts in the user management apps to invite users to collaborate.
Improving your web-based project management with easy access to Google Docs
The hassle of having to download all your Google Docs files to import them in your web-based project management tool is now over. By easily authorizing GroupCamp to access their Google Docs data, users can link their web-based projects to their Google Docs files without sharing their personal information with other users of their collaborative workspace.