TeamGantt: web-based project management tool gets TechCrunch coverage

Put the crayons and computer paper away, and be thankful a second millennium affords you Web-based project management tools. White Marsh-based TeamGantt allows you to create online Gantt charts that can be shared and edited by whomever you choose, as we first told you last December. Or, as we’ve put it before, it’s like a […]

Put the crayons and computer paper away, and be thankful a second millennium affords you Web-based project management tools. White Marsh-based TeamGantt allows you to create online Gantt charts that can be shared and edited by whomever you choose, as we first told you last December.
Or, as we’ve put it before, it’s like a Dropbox for getting your disorganized life together.

The company, co-founded in 2009 by John Correlli and Nathan Gilmore — who presented at June’s Baltimore TechBreakfast — has “1,000 paid subscribers from the ranks of the Fortune 500 as well as creatives, event planners and startups,” according to TechCrunch.
Moreover, TeamGantt is an entirely bootstrapped, and profitable, effort. As Gilmore told TechCrunch: “We have had interest from investors, but haven’t needed it yet.”
Check out Nathan Gilmore presenting at June’s Baltimore TechBreakfast:
http://www.youtube.com/v/RJJXAPsQy54?version=3&hl=en_US

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