Friday, December 28, 2007


OpenTeams is web-based collaborative software that includes wiki-like collaborative documents. It stores documents in dynamic team folders, organized by tags, and also supports outlining and plogging. From the website:
To become an agile, innovative, Entrepreneurial Organization, employee engagement is essential. Business leaders are frustrated with email and groupware because it doesn't break through the bureaucracy - usually it creates more. In addition to project collaboration, blogging, social networking, community building, and knowledge management, OpenTeams is an innovative initiative development solution where employees collaboratively seed and mature new ideas for additional revenue, productivity, and cost-savings.

Unlike normal wikis, which suffer from user apathy and confusion, OpenTeams is intuitive for non-techies to learn and use. Its simple email-like interface makes it easy to create, organize, and navigate content while transparently tracking changes. This dramatically shrinks the learning curve and ensures adoption while ramping up productivity, payback, and employee engagement.
Looks like a Jotspot competitor, but with no milestones component.

OpenTeams - Collaborative Innovation for The Entrepreneurial Organization

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