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Sunday, June 04, 2006

Introducing my new business - iPrioritize

For the past few months I've been working around the clock on getting my next business up and running. I'm getting very close to launch (hopefully by the end of the month), so I figured it was time to fill you guys in.

The business is called iPrioritize and is a simple, web-based way for people and businesses to organize their tasks. Throughout my college life, internships, and short time as an engineer I saw a universal problem: the inability to prioritize work. Not only individually, but as a group or department as well.

Part of the problem is that most people don't use a calendar to prioritize their work. They might use a calendar for their appointments or class schedule, but rarely to arrange their tasks. What do they do? They make lists. Many people still use paper and pencil, some people use Outlook Tasks or something similar. I thought it was time for an upgrade.

iPrioritize is the next evolution of list making. Your pen and paper list is transformed into a live list that can be edited at any time from any place in the world. It's easy for you to email and print your list, subscribe to your list via RSS, and share your list with others. You can even check your list from your mobile phone!

There will be a free account for individuals with 100% functionality. A low-cost business account will also be offered for managers and business owners that gives them permission to view and edit their employees lists. This gives them a way to get a birds-eye view of what's going on in their group without being intrusive. I think this is where the product will really shine.

Below are a few screenshots:




Drag your tasks up and down as your priorities change.




View your list anywhere you want. I'm really pumped about the RSS support. I think that's one of the coolest features.




View and edit other peoples lists with a business account.



If you can't tell, I'm totally pumped! More information to come...

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