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Startup NameProojo.com
What problem are you solving?One Team, One Goal and One Vision.Simplicity to run your day to day business. Transperancy on what is happening within teams and projects.
What is your solution?Proojo is an online project management app that helps you plan your work and keep track of your progress. It also lets the people in the project communicate easily, discuss ideas, and stay updated.Manage your Business effectively.

A project can be managed efficiently, everything starting from the planning to implementation of the project will be documented at one place. It’s a one stop for all the Tasks being carried out during one particular project phase. Managing a business effectively is the key to the establishment and growth of the business.

Simple, clean and functional

The simpler the process the more effective the work, yielding efficient results on time.

Everything in a glance
Team collaboration in implementing the project
Everyone is on the same page
Less meetings.
Increased efficiency/ productivity
Improved communications

Target MarketBusinesses
How will you make money?$19.99
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?We are group nerds based in NY who want to build simple applications to address day to day problems. We build efficient solutions to address complex problems.
Founders NamesAmy M
Founders EmailNA
What type of funding has the company received?NA
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Websitewww.proojo.com
Twitter Handle@proojoo
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