We’re empowering teams to do great things together.
Our founders Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein met while leading Engineering teams at Facebook. As operations scaled, they grew frustrated by how difficult it was to coordinate everyone to get work done, and how much time they spent in meetings, sending emails, and searching for information.
To help everyone track their work, they built an internal tool, and time spent on "work about work" dropped. Everyone moved forward with more confidence and clarity. Inspired by how much more they could do by helping teams everywhere achieve greater clarity, Dustin and JR founded Asana, and they’ve been focused on building the future of work ever since.
Dustin and JR found inspiration in Buddhist principles to center and guide the product they wanted to build: bringing ease, focus, and flow to a world otherwise full of chaos. Asana is a Sanskrit word that refers to the place and posture in which a yogi sits. A pose requires marrying form and flow, staying centered while moving through distractions.
We typically pronounce Asana with the emphasis on the second syllable: uh-sāh-nuh. But we’re not prescriptive about it. We welcome other pronunciations too, including the Sanskrit pronunciation āh-suh-nuh.
Customers like to say, "If it's in Asana, we'll get it done." Millions of teams in over 190 countries do extraordinary things with Asana.
Fireclay Tile can focus on producing the world’s most beautiful tile thanks to reducing time spent in meetings and email. Viessmann supports innovation through keeping products and employees connected digitally. Whale and Dolphin Conservation is more efficient across their organization, which means they can protect more whales and dolphins. These stories of teams thriving are why we exist.
Do great things, fast
Give and take responsibility
Reject false tradeoffs
Be real (with yourself and others)
1550 Bryant St Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94103
Asana (3rd Floor), 1-6 Sir John Rogerson's Quay Dublin 2, IrelandView Location →
Landmark, 33 Cavendish Square London W1G 0PW, United KingdomView Location →
Design Offices Munich Nove Luise-Ullrich-Straße 14 80636View Location →
New York City
3 World Trade Center 175 Greenwich Street, Suite 3600 New York, NY 10007View Location →
Borgartún 27, 105 Reykjavik, IcelandView Location →
Asana (Suite 27W108) c/o WeWork Level 28, 161 Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000 AustraliaView Location →
Marunouchi Kitaguchi Building 9F, 1-6-5 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-0005 JapanView Location →
333 Seymour, 8th floor, Suite 10-102 Vancouver BC V6B 5A6 CanadaView Location →
9 Battery Road
If you can make a list or send an email, you can use Asana. Starting a team is really that simple.