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Taskade

Taskade

Taskade provides team productivity and workflow management software. It enables teams to manage tasks, communicate, and collaborate.

Taskade is a company developing a platform for team collaboration. It was founded by John Xie and Dionis Loire in 2017. Past clients who have used Taskade’s service are Lyft, Compass, and Booking.com. It is headquartered in New York City, New York, United States.



Product & Service

Taskade’s main function is to provide an application to manage project-based work involving multiple individuals. To accomplish this for its users, Taskade offers multiple templates available for utilization, such as weekly tasks, project scrum board, mindmap, meeting notes, and team review. Each of these templates is accessible through Taskade’s individual workspace, which can be shared with multiple Taskade users. Additionally, Taskade also provide a text-based and video-based chat service to facilitate interaction between project team members. Taskade’s service can be accessed through mobile applications, website, desktop software, and browser extensions.



Funding

During its seed round, Taskade received a capital of $600,000 from Edward Lando.

Timeline

October 2019

Taskade raises a $5,000,000 seed round from Y Combinator and Grishin Robotics.

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Aaron Iba

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Alex Lin

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Ben Mahdavi

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Cory Levy

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Edward Lando

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Immad Akhund

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John Xie

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Lee Linden

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Suleman Ali

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Lucas Matney
October 24, 2019
TechCrunch
Enterprise software tool startups are so often birthed to either un-bundle or re-bundle what came before them. In an age where "consumerization of the enterprise" is a trendy phrase for investors, it was natural a startup would come along to bundle its take on some of the trendiest startup tools. Taskade appears to be the [...]

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