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InQuest releases Gantter cloud version

Posted 12/7/11

PROVIDENCE – Enterprise software company InQuest Technologies said Dec. 1 that it has released a cloud version of its Gantter product.

Gantter is a free project scheduling application and GantterCloud allows users access anytime, anywhere, a news release said.

To access the cloud version, go to Project and then “Save to Gantter Cloud.” To share with others, go to Project and then “Share” to invite other to view or edit your schedules. GantterCloud will notify when a project has been shared or when anyone posts updates.

InQuest also noted that it has updated its Firefox and Chrome extension so Google Docs can also be used.

“This release is one of most exciting releases to date and will usher in the next generation of even cooler real-time collaborative features we have slated for 2012 pushing the boundaries of collaborative scheduling in the Cloud,” said Michael Colapietro, president and CEO of Gantter.

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