AtTask Raises $13 Million For Software As A Service That Combines Social Tech With Traditional Project Management

Utah-based AtTask has raised $13 million for its collaborative work management software as a service (SaaS) according to documents filed with the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). Names of the investors were not disclosed.

AtTask has previously raised $7 million from OpenView Partners. It’s unclear at this point if this new $13 million investment is a Series B or Series C round. Company executives did not respond to requests for information about the funding before the posting of this story.

AtTask provides services that combines social technologies with traditional project management solutions. A big part of its marketing is its message about empowering people with social technologies while at the same time giving managers a way to better manage their resources.

As this video illustrates,  the company’s offering helps manage the work chaos that can cone with projects.

The company has been named to the Inc. 500 fastest growing private companies’ for three consecutive years. It has  a rosters of customers that include brands such as Nike, Cisco and Kellogg’s.

Competitors that have been cited in reference to AtTask include VMware’s SocialCast, LiquidPlanner and Clarizen.