Workfront is a Lehi, Utah-based software company that develops web-based work management and project management software that features enterprise work management, issue tracking, document management time tracking and portfolio management. The company was founded in 2001 by Scott Johnson. Workfront has 670 employees and approximately 4,000 customers with offices in the United States and EMEA. In 2015, the company was renamed from AtTask to Workfront and opened a new headquarters in Utah. Workfront’s customers include companies such as Cars.com, Cisco Systems, Comcast, Food and Drug Administration and National Geographic. The company’s software has been implemented by Emerson and the State of Arkansas court system to standardize project management process including collaboration and document control. In 2001, entrepreneur Scott Johnson had an idea for a software package that would allow companies to better manage workflow and communication. After having a workable version of his software, he founded AtTask, along with Abe Knell, Jason Fletcher and Nate Bowler. In July 2001, AtTask released @task, a project management tool designed for businesses. The nascent company was boot-strapped and funded in part by a second mortgage Johnson took out on his home.