AtTask Expands Board of Directors with Addition of Bill Conroy

July 18, 2011 adambaker

Orem, UT – July 18, 2011 – AtTask, Inc. (, creators of the first true social work management platform and worldwide leader in on-demand project and portfolio management software, announced the appointment of Bill Conroy, former President and CEO at Initiate Systems, an IBM company, to its Board of Directors.

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“We are very pleased to have Bill join the AtTask board,” said Scott Johnson, CEO of AtTask. “The expertise and experience that Bill brings to the team will be instrumental in making our innovative work management platform the choice for organizations who want to better understand and organize their work.”

Conroy brings more than 20 years of experience in the software and information technology industry to AtTask. Bill has an extensive sales and management experience with a stellar track record for building the necessary infrastructure for software companies. Prior to leading Initiate Systems, Bill was President and COO of Click Commerce, where he successfully restructured the company. As a partner with Insight Capital Group, a global private equity firm that invests in the information technology industry, he provided in-depth operational assistance to several portfolio companies.

“I’m excited to join the AtTask team,” said Bill Conroy, President and CEO of Initiate Systems. “AtTask has a unique opportunity to reinvent and become the dominant player in one of the world’s oldest software categories. I’m looking forward to playing an active role with AtTask as they continue to revolutionize the way people organize and understand their work.”

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