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A provider of productivity and collaboration solutions

Asana is a cloud-based platform that provides project and task management software solutions to businesses and organizations of all sizes. The company was founded in 2008 and has since become a leading provider of productivity and collaboration software solutions. Some of Asana’s competitors include Google, Monday.com, and Smartsheet.

The business model

Asana's business model is based on providing a scalable and easy-to-use project management platform that enables businesses to track and manage their tasks, projects, and workflows. The company's products and services include task management, project tracking, team collaboration, and workflow automation, which can be tailored to meet the specific needs of each organization.

How Asana makes money

Asana generates revenue primarily through the sale of its project and task management software solutions, as well as through ongoing customer support and service contracts. The company's revenue is also generated through its partnerships with other technology companies, as well as through collaborations with academic research institutions and other organizations.

Co-founders with great experience

Asana has been recognized for its culture of transparency and open communication, with a focus on fostering a collaborative and inclusive work environment. The company operates on a value-driven approach, emphasizing teamwork, innovation, and social responsibility. Asana's co-founders, Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein, previously worked at Facebook and Google, respectively, and brought their experience in building successful and innovative tech companies to Asana. The company has grown rapidly since its founding, with a user base of over 100,000 organizations in more than 190 countries.