San Mateo, CA, June 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Projity is announcing a new migration program for project teams moving to Project-ON-Demand from Microsoft Project. Project-ON-Demand is a complete replacement of Microsoft Project and is available on Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows. Project-ON-Demand is delivered as a SaaS solution in the browser. The Projity mission has been to offer an alternative for project teams enabling management of projects cross-platform and completely in a browser. Project-ON-Demand users can simply open existing native Microsoft Project files and are working immediately cross platform. “Projity is pleased to announce the availability of the migration program from Project to Project-ON-Demand. Our team has worked hard and have the most advanced integration with Microsoft Project in the industry. Projity is also pleased to announce integration with the latest Project 2007 files. These can now be simply opened in Project-ON-Demand, Projity has created a seemless migration” noted Projity CTO, Howard Katz.
There is tremendous value for teams in the simplicity of migrating. A user can request a trial at http://www.projity.com, login and be running within minutes. The ability to manage projects anytime/anyplace and on any platform makes Project-ON-Demand a much better solution. There is no manual installation and teams can work together in Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows environments. The latest release of Project-ON-Demand migration includes the latest Microsoft Project 2007 file format and also 30 days of free usage. Projity is offering free 30 day trials at http://www.projity.com for up to 20 users. The migration is as easy as 1, 2, 3 and teams are effectively working in their browsers regardless of computer platform or location.
Projity is a Silicon Valley and French company with headquarters in San Mateo, California. Projity also has offices in Paris, France and India. The company founders have been instrumental in the development of the project management software industry, dating to the mainframe and DOS solutions. Projity was founded on the premise that a hosted, cross platform alternative delivered on a simple monthly subscription was required for teams. There are currently over 100 companies using Project-ON-Demand to manage their projects. There has been tremendous worldwide interest with users in China, Russia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, India, Korea, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Honduras, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, South Africa in addition to the many U.S. and European companies. Projity's has released, Project-ON-Demand, a complete replacement of Microsoft Project and other desktop solutions. The Projity business model is similar to Salesforce.com and equally disruptive to existing software vendors. A key common feature: replacing entrenched solutions that are costly and complex with an equivalent alternative delivered over the Internet on a simple monthly subscription.
Projity and Project-ON-Demand are trademarks of Projity Incorporated. Other names used may be trademarks of their respective owners.