Providence, RI – April 24, 2012 – Gantter today announced the integration between Gantter and the newly released Google Drive™, Google’s cloud storage and collaboration service.
“With the integration between Gantter and Google Drive, we’re giving our users an integrated seamless experience for file storage, sharing and working online.” says Michael Colapietro, CEO and President. “Having the opportunity to work with Google as a Google Drive launch partner has been special.”
“We’re excited to have Gantter integrating with Google Drive,” said Scott Johnston, Group Product Manager at Google. “Giving Google Drive users the ability to manage complex projects from anywhere using Gantter is a huge leap in productivity for our users.”
Google Drive goes beyond just file storage allowing you to access a world of applications. Just like your files, you can access any applications that work with Google Drive including Gantter.
Gantter.com is a FREE enterprise web 2.0 project scheduling application that optionally integrates with Google Drive. Gantter features all the power of leading desktop scheduling Software products without users having to buy or install anything – it is completely free and requires nothing but a web browser. Gantter also allows you to easily import and open your existing Microsoft Project files.
Whether you are planning a complex project like a large construction project, rolling out a new website, managing a big IT project, or simply need to manage your next home renovation project Gantter is the tool for you. Gantter even provides you a gallery of project templates to help you build your schedule in a fraction of the time. Gantter’s integration with Google Drive allows you to easily save and open schedules directly to and from Google Drive. You can also share your schedules with other users via Google Drive and collaborate with those users in real time over the web on your project plans. Gantter automatically makes your shared members resources on the project so they can easily be assigned tasks and update items in your shared project schedules.
About Google Drive
Google Drive is a cloud storage and collaboration services from Google. Drive allows people to store their files online and access them from any device: in desktop folders on Mac or PC computers, in mobile apps on Android or iOS devices, or from any web browser by visiting drive.google.com. Google Drive is available with 5GB of storage for free, and additional storage may be purchased.
Google Drive also allows people to create, edit and share files with one another. Google Drive applications are third-party applications that work seamlessly with Drive. By integrating with the user account and file data stored in Drive, these web applications provide a simple way for people to open files from Drive, make changes or edits in the application, and save the updated file in Drive applications are available in the Chrome Web Store.
Google, Google Docs, Google Drive are trademarks of Google Inc.
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