Hitask

Hitask

Hitask is an online task and project management service for teams that can help companies handle their to-do list, manage team task list, and share their online calendar. Used by individuals, small professional teams and businesses with several hundred employees, it is successfully implemented and utilized every day around the world.

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United States
Year Founded
2008
Employees
50
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