glip platform focuses on conversationsTech startup Glip’s conversation platform puts conversation at the center of collaboration to help teams become more productive while they communicate. The Glip platform supports natural workflows while remaining focused on keeping members connected to maximize creativity. Glip’s consolidates all forms of interactions including: face-to-face conversations, conference calls, chats, instant messaging, email, collaborative editing of documents, task management, events scheduling, project planning, and others, into the conversation stream. The stream remains in context and reduces the time and effort necessary for managing multiple applications and threads of communication enabling teams to focus more on their work.

“Conversations are what bring people together—it’s how teams brainstorm new ideas, solve problems, and improve performance. With Glip, we are introducing a new wave in collaboration—one that keeps conversations at the center of teamwork,” said Peter Pezaris, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Glip, Inc. “After more than 20 years of research and development in real-time communications, we know that the old-fashioned approach of putting tasks, projects, or documents at the center of workflow creates friction and limits engagement. With Glip, we are harnessing the natural way teams work together through conversations that include the essential productivity tools to make them successful.”

The platform facilitates connections through document sharing, task management, shared calendars, and universal search capabilities, all integrated into the conversation stream. Glip interfaces with email and calendar applications and is available for desktops, tablets, and mobile devices. With its core text and video chat functionality, Glip shortens meetings, increases decision-making speed, and enables better feedback in less time.

 



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