Tungle.me now in Google Apps Marketplace

Posted by Rob Lewis

Montreal's Tungle Corp. announced today that its Tungle.me personal scheduling application is now available in the Google
Apps Marketplace
under Calendar & Scheduling Apps. The Google Apps Marketplace offers products and services designed for Google users, including applications such as Tungle.me that can be easily installed and provisioned across the organization.

“By making Tungle.me available in the Google Apps Marketplace, we’ve made it even easier for companies to setup and integrate Tungle.me with its employees’ Google Calendars,” stated Marc Gingras, CEO and Founder of Tungle Corp. “Being one of the top calendar and scheduling applications in the marketplace increases our exposure to small-to-medium and even large businesses running Google Apps and has already driven an increase in our new user signups.”

Tungle.me makes it easy for people to schedule meetings across organizations, calendar systems and time zones by eliminating costly double bookings and the endless back and forth of finding a time to meet. In addition to synchronization with Google Calendar, Tungle.me supports all major calendar systems including Microsoft Outlook, iCal, Entourage, and Lotus Notes, and is also available on the iPhone.

Founded in 2006, the Montreal based company is venture-backed by investors Commonwealth Capital Ventures, JLA Ventures and Desjardins Venture Capital.

Company:
Tungle
Website:
http://www.tungle.com
Location:
Montréal, Québec, Canada

Tungle is the industry's first calendar accelerator. By syncing with your existing calendar, you get all the scheduling and calendar sharing benefits of Tungle without having to switch to a new system. Keep using your Google, Outlook, iCal or Entourage calendar - Just sync it with Tungle and you'll be able to: Easily schedule meetings with anyone Share calendars inside or outside your company, even with people... more


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