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Clarizen Workbot, Financial Planning, and a new set of Best Practices highlight the company’s Summer 2017 Release San Mateo, Calif. – August 1, 2017 – Clarizen, the global leader in enterprise collaborative work management today launched Clarizen Workbot for use within the Slack platform as part of its Summer 2017 Release. Other key features include the general availability of the Financial Planning Module, and an enhanced Best Practices library for IT and Professional Services. This provides project stakeholders with the information they need at a moment’s notice so they can make decisions faster, quickly adapt to changes, and spend more time getting the right work done. Clarizen Workbot highlights the company’s mission to help organizations achieve their business goals by making it easy for employees and teams to collaborate in real-time and in the environment of their choice. Users can ask for up-to-the-minute information on the most critical aspects of a project, including open or overdue tasks, budget updates, and overall project status. Additionally, Clarizen Workbot is proactive in providing status alerts, such as overdue tasks or if a project goes over-budget, without requiring users to initiate a query. “You do not have to leave Slack to mark tasks complete or review status, you have access to all the real-time data you need,” says Yoav Boaz, VP of Product at Clarizen. “Make your updates, take any necessary action, and get more done - all within Slack. Early adopters have confirmed that their teams’ productivity is vastly improved simply by reducing the amount of application context switching.” Clarizen Workbot allows users to “ACE” (Adaptive, Collaborative, Efficient) their work: Adaptive: Not only can