Trivandrum: Technopark based Cloudion Technology Services, a new generation start-up focused on developing and delivering enterprise-class, software-as-a-service applications has launched Dotmach, an online work management tool that can transform the way people collaborate and communicate inside a team.
According to Farooq A Rahim, the founder of Cloudion, “People love to work as a team, however managing the workflow while working together is not that easy for anyone. We all use different applications for managing the workflow such as emails, chat applications, project management tools, content sharing tools, etc and this results in scattered contents and conversations. People won’t be able to remember who said what, when and where. We also did the same until we found an opportunity in building an unified application called as a ‘Work Management Application’. We developed Dotmach as a simple yet powerful solution as we didn’t want to annoy people with a cumbersome software.”
Dotmach unifies features like Social Interaction, Content Collaboration, Team Chat, Task management, Event Organizing, etc on a single platform. The UI of Dotmach is aesthetically pleasing that makes it the most user friendly enterprise application. The workspaces and projects inside Dotmach offer the best project management. The social interaction features in Dotmach like thanks, polls, ideas, status, like, comments, etc keeps the employees motivated and engaged during their work.
“Since the launch of Dotmach in June last week, we have got around 30 company networks registered. We are now working on the development of the Dotmach mobile application and is expected to be launched in a couple of months”, Farooq added.
Founded in October 2012, Cloudion is fully bootstrapped. Farooq with his few friends started visualizing a smart app that can create an ‘awesome worklife’. He was supported by a group of like minded youngsters with a great passion for achievement. Now Cloudion is a team of 10 members who unanimously says ‘Passion Never Fails’.
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