Web-based project management application developed by Fog Creek Software in September 13th, 2011 at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, on Monday announced it would hand over it’s five year of existence to Atlassian Corp.; Sydney, Australia- based enterprise software company that develops products for software developers, project managers, and content management.
With over 19 million users later, Trello is used by everyone from a family planning their next vacation to employees at the largest enterprises in the world, and so forth.
According to Trello, companies like Google, National Geographic, and even the United Kingdom’s government, United Nations, and the Red Cross use Trello daily to accomplish their missions.
“We’ve been humbled and excited to see the millions of use cases for Trello around the world, and we build the product each day proudly knowing we’re helping teams do great things,” Trello says.
As part of Atlassian, Trello will be expected to leverage investments in R&D that will enhance the product in meaningful ways.
The company says it will continue operating as a standalone service, and will continue to integrate deeply with all of the tools available out there that help people collaborate.
There was no mention of how much was paid.[related-posts]