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HyperOffice Releases Collaboration Suite

December 15, 2009 - News

HyperOffice has released a beta version of cloud-computing software that builds on the company's collaboration and communication tools for SMBs. The private beta is available immediately to qualified customers and prospects upon request.

HyperOffice integrates a range of SaaS business applications over the Internet – shared calendars and contacts, business-class e-mail, document and project management, Web conferencing, databases and Web forms; forums, polls and wikis; project and task portals, Intranets and Extranets; user rights, versioning, commenting, backup and more.

"Increasingly distributed teams are bombarded with new Web 2.0 tools that do one job well – for instance, just sharing calendars or documents, or Web conferencing, project management, chatting, or tracking sales calls,” said Farzin Arsanjani, president of HyperOffice. “But these are ‘point’ products that leave SMBs struggling to manage multiple vendor relationships. They lose productivity from double entry with disparate tools. In contrast, with HyperOffice, SMBs get all their collaboration and messaging needs – with one integrated suite of tools that makes collaboration simple."

Hosted online, the HyperOffice suite delivers to SMBs the power and productivity of costly corporate collaboration products for a monthly subscription fee of about $7 per month, per user.

For users ready to migrate online from Microsoft Outlook, SharePoint, Exchange and other desktop and server e-mail products, HyperOffice provides free support by e-mail and phone, Webinars and an array of free, online and custom training options.

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