Comindware Project on iPad is named by KMWorld a 2014 Trend-Setting Product

Comindware, a provider of products and services for predictive Project Management and adaptive Business Process Management, announced that Comindware Project on iPad, has been named by KMWorld, The 2014 Trend-Setting Product for demonstrating a clearly identifiable technology breakthrough that serves the vendor’s full spectrum of constituencies. Comindware Project empowers companies with an innovative Project Management technology to dramatically simplify planning for Project Managers and enable effective execution and collaboration for project teams. With Comindware Project available on iPad, Project Managers are fully equipped with all they need to stay in control of their projects, be that in a meeting or on the go.

“Comindware Project on iPad was selected by the panel because it demonstrates thoughtful, well-reasoned innovation and execution for the most important constituency of them all: the consumer. Comindware has proven to break down the barriers of the traditional work management industry solutions by providing its customers with practical innovation through its cutting-edge technologies,” – said Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief, KMWorld.
Comindware Project is built on top of Comindware Team Network, the industry first enterprise collaboration tool, that facilitates efficient cross-company collaboration by keeping all your work in a single place and ensuring full availability of project documentation and related discussions.

“We are honored to be recognized for developing a Trend-Setting Product thus adding true value to the market,” noted Max Tsypliaev, founder, president, and CEO of Comindware Inc. “Being selected from a list of over 650 vendors by an esteemed judging panel consisting of analysts, system integrators, vendors and many other specialist, encourages us to go further in developing and evolving our solutions.”

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