|24 August 2011|
GroupCamp, the cloud-based collaboration software company announced today that GroupCamp Project, its web-based project management software is not fully integrated with all major Google Apps applications in the Google Apps Marketplace.
This announcement follows previous updates about the launch of Gmail and Google Drive integration. GroupCamp Project business users can now sync in real-time their assigned tasks and milestones in their web-based GroupCamp accounts with their Google Calendar. The collaborative project management application suite now also supports the browsing of Google Contacts from within GroupCamp projects. Following this release, GroupCamp becomes a unique online collaboration and productivity suite integrating with all major Google Apps including Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar and Google Drive.
“The GroupCamp team is happy to have succeeded in making all those integration features available for our users. We now have the experience and customer feedback to bring more value to our Google Apps users. With the recent announcements and updates from the Google Apps team we believe we can bring an even better user experience to users of GroupCamp Project and Google Apps” according to Dickel SOORIAH, co-founder of GroupCamp
Real-time synchronization of tasks and milestones with Google Calendar
GroupCamp's Google Calendar integration allows users to have all their assigned tasks synced in real-time with their calendar. “We have made our Google Calendar integration as customizable as possible so that users can choose in which calendar they want to have their assigned tasks and milestones”, explained Dickel SOORIAH. The Google Calendar integration will also allow users to have their assigned tasks in their iPhone and Android smartphones.
Accessing your Google Contacts from GroupCamp
The GroupCamp Project integration with Google Apps allows them to access their contacts and invite them to join GroupCamp. This prevents mistakes in email provisioning for administrators and comes on top of GroupCamp’s existing Google Apps domain user provisioning which allows administrators to easily create GroupCamp accounts for users of a domain.