SetSchedule Acquires Taskable to Further Enhance UX and Provide Users a Proprietary Calendar Integration and Time Blocking Technology


As part of its growth and expansion efforts, SetSchedule has acquired Taskable, a technology company focused on time blocking, calendar management, and easy-to-use integrations across multiple platforms. With this acquisition, SetSchedule will be able to create the ultimate system for small businesses and solopreneurs, making it easier to transact business digitally, save time, and streamline tasks and follow-ups.

"Our vision has always been to make business easier for solopreneurs and small businesses, and we couldn't be more excited for the addition of Taskable technology into the SetSchedule family," said SetSchedule CEO Roy Dekel. "With the acquisition of Taskable, we will be able to offer the first-of-its-kind digital personal assistant to any professional globally. This is part of our initiative and focuses on the growth of the SetSchedule office-automation product offerings."

In addition, this acquisition will birth a unique and comprehensive calendar-management solution. By aggregating all data points into a comprehensive taskboard and a single integrative calendar, SetSchedule and Taskable will help individuals save at least two hours a day on calendar management.

The company is also launching Public Profiles Version 3.3.5, allowing users to create and share their public profiles with clients, partners, and other stakeholders outside of the SetSchedule platform. This feature will enhance SetSchedule's already comprehensive real estate and mortgage industry solutions, allowing users to easily share their work, connect and transact with others in their industry.

"It's fulfilling to offer these new solutions to our clients and the wider business community," Dekel said. "We believe that the combination of SetSchedule's technology and Taskable's expertise will revolutionize how businesses manage their calendars and connect with others in their field."

Version 3.3.5 is available on the Desktop, iOS, and Android versions of the app.

SetSchedule is an American technology company that disrupts the real estate industry by leveraging SAAS and consumer cloud communication products, artificial intelligence, and autonomous business flow applications to eliminate the struggle behind establishing a connection.

SetSchedule's goal is to innovate the real estate industry with cutting-edge tools that allow for better connections, easier communication, and stronger relationships between consumers and their local experts.

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