OotleWorks Releases WebToDo 98
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OotleWorks Software based in Palo Alto, CA, has released WebToDo 98, describing it as "a groundbreaking task-management solution for small businesses and workgroups."
WebToDo 98 is designed to increase workplace productivity by enabling employees to enter, re-assign, and summarize unfinished tasks, using just a web browser interface. A server-based package, it includes a powerful search engine, reporting tools, e-mail notification and built-in security.
"Small businesses can't afford custom web applications, even though they can use the web most effectively," said Al Lieb, CEO and co-founder of OotleWorks and a recent graduate of Stanford University's Computer Science department. "WebToDo 98, an off-the-shelf solution, delivers the power of Web collaboration to even the smallest of companies."
WebToDo 98's search engine allows employees to find "ToDos" that match their search criteria, while its reporting tools summarize each person's assigned hours and displays a ToDo calendar for every employee. It runs on Windows 95 and NT 4.0 operating environments and supports Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 3 or later on all major platforms. Pricing for WebToDo 98 starts at $199.