" />

Startup Workep gives G Suite the project management tool it’s been lacking

Startup Workep gives G Suite the project management tool it’s been lacking

Workep creates a project management tool that utilizes all of the Google Apps and gives G Suite the organizational boost its been lacking.

Google Apps has more than 10 million businesses subscribed to its Business Suite, but strangely enough, it does not offer an integrated project management tool, according to Social Geek.

To fill this gap, Workep has launched an all-encompassing platform that integrates, organizes, and automates G Suite projects.

According to FinancesOnline, which gave Workep the winner of its Great User Experience and Rising Star Awards for 2017, “Workep is the first platform to totally incorporate and automate all of the apps in the Google Suite,” and that “it’s like getting all your team under one roof, effortlessly.”

From an easy to understand Gantt chart to an all encompassing search bar, the Workep platform is a verifed member of the G Suite Marketplace and has met all the requirements that Google sets for their partners.

Some of the features include:

Tasks – Each task can be assigned to a single person or a group and a start and end date can be set. Each task can have a Google Doc, Slides or Sheet associated with it. Also, you can add subtasks that show a graph of your progress and comments to discuss it.

g suite

Workfeed – With the Workfeed view, it is easy to see what each member of your team is doing, or will do, in the next few days across all projects.

g suite

Search – The Search function is where you can find exactly what you are looking for extremely quickly. The search bar can find documents, files, projects, emails and more.

g suite

Gantt Chart – The Gantt chart allows you to plan and schedule tasks over a given period. With its color-based design, it allows you to monitor and control the progress of the stages of a project, its duration, and anticipate any conflicts.

g suite

Google Hangouts Integration – By just clicking on someone’s name or a group of people in the hangouts menu, you are immediately put on a face-to-face call with your team.

g suite

“Our mission is to make users’ work more productive, creative, and collaborative through task automation. Workep will be the virtual assistant that allows Google Apps users to be more efficient,” said Founder and CEO Carlos Alvarez.

The platform is absolutely free to use for the time being and only requires an internet browser to get started.

EContent reported that “Workep has had about 1,000 subscribers including support from companies such as Europcar, Nielsen, and DowJones.”

View Comments (1)

1 Comment

  1. Pingback: Young entrepreneurship prodigy shares wins and fails – latam.tech

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Tim Hinchliffe is a veteran journalist whose passions include writing about how technology impacts society and Artificial Intelligence. He prefers writing in-depth, interesting features that people actually want to read. Previously, he worked as a reporter for the Ghanaian Chronicle in West Africa, and Colombia Reports in South America. tim@sociable.co

More in Web

latin america tech publication

Fiesta! Latin America’s geekiest tech publication turns 5

Tim HinchliffeOctober 13, 2017

New blockchain-SAP marketplace ushers in ‘second generation of the internet’

Nicolas WaddellOctober 6, 2017
advertising tech

Advertising in a tech-driven world

Boris DzhingarovOctober 6, 2017
blockchain p2p

Web 3.0: using blockchain to build a P2P internet

Ben AllenOctober 3, 2017
food waste nigeria

The startup cutting down food waste in Nigeria

Sam Brake GuiaSeptember 28, 2017
data retention

Data retention fails to improve search results: study

Ben AllenSeptember 27, 2017
tech grew up

Tech sector issues: 4 ways big tech grew up this year

Ben AllenSeptember 25, 2017
bodega startup

What mistake did ‘Bodega’ startup make to cause all this anger? perspective

Ben AllenSeptember 15, 2017
fake news

How to put out the fake news wildfire

Zac LavalSeptember 12, 2017