Convo, a tool perhaps best described as a real-time company message board, picked up a new trick this week: automated acknowledgements.
It’s a pretty common thing in the corporate world: you need to send something out to all of the employees at your company, but you also need to know exactly who has seen it (and, of course, who hasn’t.) Who actually got the memo? Can you say that everyone has seen some mandatory reading? Who still needs to see it?Read More
Retail workforce relies heavily on its communication and it requires a platform that can help retailers connect and collaborate effectively. Keeping this in mind, Convo created a platform specifically designed for retail, which allows retailers to connect their desk and non-desk workforce and sign up without email using only their phone numbers.Read More
The really fascinating thing that Convo has done, that could distinguish it from other work communication applications (think VMware’s Socialcast, Yammer, Facebook at Work, and even Slack) beyond integrations with the latest iOS features, is turn Siri into an assistant.Read More
Faizan Buzdar, chief executive of Convo, a business collaboration software maker, said his company had already been using Siri…Read More
Convo, which was created in 2011, has gathered an impressive list of clients, with Ogilvy, TechCrunch and NBC among the 15,000 companies it serves.Read More