Arenatek launches new task management service
Arenatek has launched a new service designed to help small and medium-sized business to better manage their projects. Their new Task Manager service allows companies to both control work allocation and time planning. The new service provides an simple to use interface that makes it easy to input and update tasks as well as distribute information to a project team. Multiple projects can be run simultaneously with controlled access to each. It also includes a managed file storage area to make it easy to distribut file to a team whether they are in the same room or 2000 miles away.
This new service is offered as a hosted service so it is easy for any company to implement -- usually up and running in under 15 minutes! And you only pay for what you use. A subscription service, you only pay for the number of users you need. You can add and remove users at any time.
Contact Bruce Heck for more details on this exciting project.
Arenatek to consult on instant messaging
Arenatek is to provide consulting services to AOL in evaluating their instant messaging technologies. They will assist AOL in developing a strategy covering their core AIM product as well as their ICQ and AOL Anywhere products. Mark Bernstein, MD of ICQ says, "Arenatek's experience in online communities and the technology around them will be invaluable to our planning process."
Arenatek wins contract for new community service
Arenatek has won the contract to develop a new community service to be called Tellafriend. This exciting new service will offer members the ability to easily buy, sell and swap items with their friends. The service is scheduled for launch in late 2003.
Arenatek to develop community services for RSM
Arenatek has secured the contract to develop community services for the prestigous Royal Society of Medicine. They will be building a new service for the members of RSM to encourage more participation and interaction of the membership.
Arenatek Sells Wireplay Brand & Service
Arenatek announced today that it has sold the Wireplay games service to an undisclosed UK company. The sale included the global Wireplay brand and trademarks as well as certain physical assets associated with the Wireplay games service.