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Company Overview of Asana, Inc.
Asana, Inc. develops online task management software solutions that allow teams to assign tasks and deadlines, and to track the progress of their projects. The company’s platform features tasks, projects, sections, due dates and times, attachments, hearts, task conversations, project conversations, team pages, my tasks, inbox, search, dashboards, calendars, files view, task assignees, followers, and guests. Its customers range from companies with off-the-charts growth to local businesses and non-profits. Asana, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York, New York; and Dublin, Ireland.
1550 Bryant Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Asana, Inc.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Asana, Inc. Key Developments
BigPanda Integrates with Asana for Improved Incident Response Management
Jun 11 15
BigPanda announced it is integrated with project management SaaS offering, Asana. Now IT organizations can utilize intelligent alert management with modern task management and collaboration to eliminate the noise, isolate the root cause of issues, and minimize downtime, with data science from BigPanda. IT first responders across all teams, within companies that have complex operating environments, can now deal with the fast pace of changing IT code and infrastructure. Instead of being overwhelmed by alert volume and lack of consistency, BigPanda provides unique and actionable insights that lead to higher quality services delivered at lower costs.
Asana, Canon Inc., Dropbox, Google, Newegg and SAP Announce Formation of Cooperative Patent-Licensing Agreement
Jul 10 14
Asana, Canon Inc., Dropbox, Google, Newegg and SAP announced the formation of the License on Transfer (LOT) Network, a cooperative patent-licensing agreement that will cut down on patent troll litigation and the growing practice of patent privateering. The LOT agreement is a new kind of royalty-free cross-license meant to address these growing systemic problems. Member companies receive a license when the patents are transferred out of the LOT group. That means that companies retain their right to enforce a patent so long as they retain ownership of it. However, as soon as it is sold, a license to the other members becomes effective, protecting them from attacks by the troll to which the patent was sold. The agreement includes several other provisions that preserve a patent portfolio's value, including carve-outs for certain M&A transactions and change of control. The initial members of the LOT Network range from early-stage startups to established technology companies. Together they own almost 300,000 patent assets, generate more than $117 billion in revenue and employ more than 310,000 people.
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