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New York, NY, January 6, 2011 – Labrador Technology (www.labradortech.com) is pleased to announce they’ve partnered with AtTask to maintain and deliver their TractionSM methodology. TractionSM is Labrador’s straightforward approach to effective technology program management and how they deliver projects with the greatest benefit to their clients. Labrador tailored the best practices published by the Project Management Institute (PMI) with their own expertise and the common needs of Labrador clients, to deliver an effective, tried-and-true methodology.

AtTask is the leader in on-demand project management software and delivers the world’s first and only collaborative work management platform designed with the Facebook generation in mind. According to Labrador Project Executive Dave Anselmo: “The Labrador TractionSM methodology fits in perfectly with the AtTask platform. TractionSM was designed as a workflow methodology that was tested and tuned over many years, and AtTask allows us to use the TractionSM methodology on a much larger scale than ever before, which is a huge value add to our customers.”

About Labrador Technology

Labrador Technology is an IT consulting firm that solves complex business issues for enterprise and mid-size organizations in the U.S. and around the world. Based in New York City, Labrador’s IT strategy consulting, technical design services and technology program management help solve the business, facility and technology needs of: retail, financial services, healthcare, education, and legal companies. In a fast-changing, hyper-competitive, global economy, Labrador guides the complex interdependencies of technology to simplify challenges, optimize changes, connect systems and processes, and frees its clients to focus on their core business.

For more information about Labrador Technology or this particular news story, please contact the marketing team:
marketing@labradortech.com
646-380-2800
www.labradortech.com

 

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