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Projectplace integrates with Dropbox and Google Drive

Press Release   •   Dec 30, 2013 08:30 GMT

Projectplace, Europe’s leading provider of project collaboration tools, announces a new integrated document sharing solution with Dropbox and Google Drive.  Teams and project managers can now share documents across these two platforms seamlessly within Projectplace.

Dropbox and Google Drive are popular cloud services for both personal and professional use. By adapting the Bring Your Own Software approach, users can easily share documents stored in their personal Dropbox or Google Drive folders within the Projectplace workspace.

“As one of the pioneers in launching document sharing services 15 years ago, this feature is a significant step forward”, said Johan Zetterström, CEO of Projectplace. “Quick thinking teams and individuals naturally have different ways of working within the cloud and we’re now offering a seamless integration across different services allowing for greater project collaboration.”

By incorporating both cloud sharing solutions, Projectplace continues to adapt to meet the increasing online needs of its users. The new capabilities further strengthen the company’s position as Europe’s leading collaboration tool, by offering unbeatable project overview and acclaimed features such as Kanban boards, social Gantt schemes and team conversations for almost 900,000 users world-wide.

Projectplace was one of the pioneers to exploit the benefits of SaaS, Software as a Service. There is no hardware, no installation, with availability anywhere and anytime. Integration with web browsers, desktop OS, mobile OS and MS Office is seamless.


For more information
Per Holmlund, PR Manager at Projectplace
+46 73-156 03 12, per.holmlund@projectplace.com

About Projectplace International
Projectplace International is Europe’s leading provider of project collaboration tools in the cloud. Since 1998, Projectplace has been at the forefront of online collaboration development, driven by a people-centric approach as key to successful project management. The company’s collaboration tools have helped 900,000 users on some 150,000 projects motivate and engage their teams. A staff of 170 is based at Stockholm headquarters and in Amsterdam, Bangalore, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London, and Oslo. The service is available in seven languages.
www.projectplace.com