Office 2.0 Conference: Thanks

20. September 2007 In the Press, Releases, Uncategorized 4 Comments


It’s been more than 2 weeks since ContactOffice went to San Francisco to attend the annual Office 2.0 Conference. We presented our new public beta and met a bunch of interesting people, ranging from industry analysts, members of the press, competitors, bloggers, Office 2.0 pundits and potential customers / business partners. We basically had a blast, but more on that later.

First, allow me to thank the people that wrote about our launch and reviewed ContactOffice Beta:

Mashable, blognation, Read/Write Web, Le Monde / Transnets, Download Squad, Stowe Boyd, Michael Sampson, Computer Software News,, Damien Vanachter, Everything 2.0, Services Web 2.0, Thoughts Words & Facts, Smashed!, Outsourcing Setup, Nezinau, Arun Prabhudesai, My Den, Carol’s Vault, Ideas for a new Business, Daily IT Readings, Les Giraultises, and anyone else I may be forgetting to include.

We hope everything got a good view on what we’re doing and where we’re going with our virtual office solution.
We invite everyone to give us feedback on how to improve ContactOffice.

Patrick De Schutter

(Picture credit: jpetralia)

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2 Responses

  1. Hey you guys,

    First, thank you for mentioning my blog.

    Second, as a suggestion…My company was looking for a virtual office/collaboration tool, capable to handle tasks,docs, notes and everything else that is required for running a project and i was thinking about using Contact office.

    Unfortunately, there is a feature that we really needed and you don’t have….not on the basic one at least, and that is a ticketing tool.

    For large companies who are providing a desk support as well, this is a tool needed and this would really make ContactOffice complete.

    We eventually chose SharePoint…

    Maybe in the future you’d consider adding the ticketing as a optional feature, or have it integrated into the packs intended for medium and large companies.

    Cheers and keep Contact Office growing.

    09. November 2007 - Carol
  2. As professionals use groupware like Contact Office to draft and negotiate legal and business transactions, issues will arise regarding record retention and discovery in litigation.

    06. February 2008 - Benjamin Wright

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