Office Interactive, Inc. Launches Free, Integrated, Online Collaboration Suite
The Web-based application is designed for individuals and small teams.
Office Interactive, Inc., a CRM solution provider for small business, has launched Office Interactive, billed as the first free Web-based application designed for individuals and small teams.
This feature-rich application provides extensive collaboration capabilities previously unavailable to individuals and small businesses. The application's fully-integrated suite of tools include document management, team mail, team messenger, calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, links, XML/RSS feeds, and discussion boards, all with built-in collaboration and social networking capabilities.
"Traditional software vendors have neglected the small business segment," explains Raz Choudhury, President and Co-Founder of Office Interactive, Inc. "Most products were either too expensive or were inadequate for small business. Office Interactive was built from the ground up on the belief that individuals and small businesses should have access to a free and easy-to-use platform that will grow with their needs."
Office Interactive's collaboration and communication tools are free with 100 megabytes of Web space and allow five invitations. CRM and management modules can be added to the Office Interactive foundation, including sales, marketing, customer service, billing and expense, project management, and human resources.
"Office Interactive's advanced modules help organizations manage Total Cost of Ownership - an issue that traditional software does not address," adds Nicholas Zazza, Chairman and Co-Founder of Office Interactive, Inc. "Our clients can register and begin using Office Interactive instantly, without any technical assistance or training."
Office Interactive was built with usability, security, and privacy in mind. The application is user-friendly and intuitive, featuring easy interface personalization, user-defined functions, and drag and drop options. With zero spam and no advertising or data harvesting, Office Interactive is very privacy-conscious. Security is addressed with IP-based access control, 128-bit SSL certificate encryption, and single-session login.
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