Udacity was born out of a Stanford University experiment in which Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig offered their "Introduction to Artificial Intelligence" course online to anyone, for free. Now Udacity is a growing team of educators and engineers on a mission to change the future of education by bridging the gap between real-world skills, relevant education, and employment.
When deals happen in real estate, they happen fast. Wasting time on file management or hunting for the right email can mean the difference between winning a deal and losing big bucks. Marc Gittleman, Senior Vice President Management Solutions, and Matthew Ahrens, Senior Vice President Finance, from Los Angeles development firm Rising Realty Partners, shared with us how they used Asana, and our integration with Dropbox, to close a massive ten-property deal.
Nyaya Health is realizing the right to health for Nepal’s rural poor by delivering transparent, data-driven healthcare. In September, Nyaya won the Sappi Ideas That Matter Award, which came with a $42k prize and a massive challenge. Tasked with using the funds to run an advertising campaign, Nyaya needed an ambitious team with the right set of tools to develop, collaborate, and execute.
Many months in the making, Nyaya announced the launch of its global Crowdfund Health Campaign today. Mark Arnoldy, Executive Director at Nyaya Health, shares how Asana helped the team make it all happen.
For students, keeping up with classes, social life, activities, and everything in between can be challenging. Staying on top of assignment deadlines, exams, and group projects is a massive headache and one that Peter Boyce, a class of 2013 grad from Harvard University, made a point of avoiding. Peter chatted with us about discovering Asana while starting a student group, “Hack Harvard”, and how Asana became the place where he organizes everything−his school work, personal tasks, activities, and now his work day.
Micello is transforming the way people explore and experience “the great indoors”. It’s magic is in developing software that rapidly maps out any building, anywhere in the world. Today, Micello’s coverage spans over 30 countries with maps of over 15,000 venues including shopping malls, airports, retail stores, museums, businesses and more. To make this possible, Micello needs sophisticated technology and an agile team that can operate quick on their feet.