PALO ALTO, Calif., May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ClickUp launched its project management platform this week, putting an interesting dent in a market oversaturated with clunky clones of one another. The startup believes their new take on project management has the ability to radically improve the efficiency of nearly any project.
According to founder Zeb Evans, ClickUp was created after he and his team became fed up during a previous venture with the compromises being imposed on them by every solution they adopted.
After running out of new options to try, the team saw the proverbial writing on the wall and began teasing what ultimately became ClickUp.
The void ClickUp fills is the between barebones utilities like Trello, and cumbersome platforms like Jira.
According to a spokesperson for the company, "most [software] projects fail because they lack a project management tool that offers them sufficient flexibility, integration, and customization... while remaining intuitively simple to use".
By offering teams of any size a full platform of integrated services, ClickUp simplifies the onboarding process for teams who want to get moving quickly.
ClickUp's modular infrastructure reduces the complexity involved in integrating with other applications, making its onboarding and use elegantly simple.
"We knew at the outset that integration was a huge priority. Every business is already using a variety tools that they can't (or won't) give up anytime soon, so we made sure that Click Up is a breeze for developers to integrate with their existing workflow." Said CTO Alex Yurkowski.
Since each part of ClickUp works independently, every team is able to have a world-class project management solution highly tailored to their project – something otherwise unattainable for cash-strapped startups.
ClickUp is available with a free and paid option at https://clickup.com
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