Solaborate is a new social and collaboration platform dedicated to technology professionals and companies, allowing them to connect, collaborate and create an ecosystem around products and services. Solaborate provides technology professionals a central place with the right tools and services to collaborate in real-time in order to make them more productive.
Today, Solaborate has launched into public beta and welcomes wider use of its real-time communication and social productivity tools with the launch of its public beta and a new Solaborate mobile app for Android. Integrating most of its currently available Web features, through Solaborate’s mobile app users can access personal, company, product and service profiles while sending and receiving messages, posting on walls, asking questions, providing commentary, discovering people, companies and more.
In May, Los Angeles Based Startup -Solaborate has received $1M in seed funding, which the company has used to perfect its platform, taking it from private to public beta in just five short months. As part of this move, Solaborate now offers audio calling, video conferencing, file sharing and screen sharing along with social and collaboration capabilities via easy, powerful integrations with Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+.
Solaborate is a new way for the technology community to be more productive. Technology professionals and companies are invited to connect, collaborate and discover opportunities while creating an ecosystem around products and services. The public beta will feature top global technology companies such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, SAP, Facebook, IBM, Samsung and Cisco. Users can now post on a wall, follow, message, share rich media content and much more.
Unlike other social and collaboration platforms, Solaborate allows video calling straight from the browser and simultaneous use of screen sharing with video calling, without downloads or plug-ins. Users can also send instant messages and share photos and rich media files straight from their browser. Companies can use Solaborate to support and demonstrate products and services while offering a more personalized customer experience.
“We are excited to announce that Solaborate is now publicly available both on the web and mobile to everyone in the technology ecosystem. Our mission is to connect technology professionals and provide a dedicated place for you, your company and your products and services by providing all the tools and services to allow you to be more productive. We understand that it’s important for technology professionals to be able to stay connected and engaged, whether they’re at the office or on the go,” said Labinot Bytyqi, the Founder and CEO of Solaborate.