TeamLab is out into the world!

Hello world!

About two weeks ago we launched a new version of TeamLab. Here is a quick overview of the improvements made to the platform since its first release earlier this year:

There are two new modules developed in addition to TM Community:
TM Projects – a fully-featured module for managing tasks and milestones.
TM Talk – an integrated IM for chatting with your colleagues in real time.

TM Community was enhanced as well. Among all the other collaborative tools, it now also includes Bookmarks and Wiki for more effective information interchange. You can check out the full list of TeamLab features here.

TeamLab source code has become public on SourceForge. Now, you have full control over the source code and can modify TeamLab accoring to your company needs.

TeamLab SaaS solution is there for you. Now, you don’t need any software downloads, any upfront investments in hardware. Anyone with a working email address can register for TeamLab and create enterprise portal in the cloud for free.

All in all, TeamLab has turned into a comprehensive collaboration platform. It provides all the tools necessary for effective collaboration and project management and can be easily integrated into daily operations of your company.

Our team is very excited to know how TeamLab is working for you and how you feel about our new product. So, if you have any idea of how to make our service better, do not hesitate to drop us a line.

Stay tuned! You’ll be hearing more from us very soon.

 
Comments (5)
  1. Jay - Reply
    July 27, 2010 at 12:36 pm

    My boss will get CRAZY if he finds out about this. Especially since all features are the same as in ActiveCollab, and he just purchased that package 😉

  2. Juissi - Reply
    August 8, 2010 at 8:55 am

    This would be a very lucrative solution for non-profit organizations, too. The needed changes needed would be mostly in UI terminology only: Instead of “Company”, it could be “Club” or something else (editable). Employees could be Members, etc. How about taking this to your development backlog?

    • August 9, 2010 at 1:46 pm

      Juissi, thanks for the suggestion! We’ll consider this for future versions. Very likely UI terminology customization will be available this fall.

  3. Dom - Reply
    September 8, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    Any way of team members being notified when task status is changed. That is subscriptions for change of status in tasks.

    • September 8, 2010 at 3:54 pm

      Hello Dom,
      Thanks for the suggestion! We forwarded it to our developers, so that they could add it to one of the next TeamLab updates.

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