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10 Startups Aiming To Change The Way You Work

These budding businesses aim to change the way organizations operate, with tools and services targeting the enterprise.
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Mention
At a time when everyone can share information online, it's useful for businesses to be vigilant about their online reputation. Mention is a startup focused on the idea of helping brands keep track of who is talking about their company online and how their business is being perceived.
The tool monitors online sources for mentions of your company or specific keywords, so it's easier to stay updated on relevant content across the Web. Alerts, or 'mentions,' for these conversations happen in real-time so you can react quickly to both positive and negative content. It also allows you to connect with social media app Buffer for access to a variety of social networks at once.
Through Mention, you can view the most significant people discussing the keywords you specify. This is helpful for finding subject matter experts and growing your community through professionals active in the field.
Mention is three years old and has 350,000 active users. It received $800,000 in seed funding in 2013.
(Image: Mention)

Mention

At a time when everyone can share information online, it's useful for businesses to be vigilant about their online reputation. Mention is a startup focused on the idea of helping brands keep track of who is talking about their company online and how their business is being perceived.

The tool monitors online sources for mentions of your company or specific keywords, so it's easier to stay updated on relevant content across the Web. Alerts, or "mentions," for these conversations happen in real-time so you can react quickly to both positive and negative content. It also allows you to connect with social media app Buffer for access to a variety of social networks at once.

Through Mention, you can view the most significant people discussing the keywords you specify. This is helpful for finding subject matter experts and growing your community through professionals active in the field.

Mention is three years old and has 350,000 active users. It received $800,000 in seed funding in 2013.

(Image: Mention)

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3/10/2016 | 9:09:37 AM
Some interesting tools
I like the concept of Tribe, I think I'll check it out, many project collaboration tools have email functionality as far as sending items to a list or receiving notifications but it ends there and managing anything strictly via email is clumsy.

 

Wade and Wendy seems like a different way to look at AI and it should be interesting to see how they pan out.  The approach of using multiple AIs to build a single package feels more flexible.

 
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