/// Convofy: Can a Nifty Demo Become a Real Productivity Helper? Take Two. [NetworkEffect]

March 21, 2011  |  All Things Digital


You can get pretty far with a snazzy demo video–register hundreds of thousands of sign-ups and raise funding–but those do not make a business. That was the experience of Scrybe , which made a fancy browser-based calendar that worked offline, winning much interest after posting a preview video on YouTube in 2006. Now it’s 2011, and the company is trying to repeat the trick with better results. Scrybe has spent the last few years creating a corporate collaboration platform called Convofy , as well as another preview video to show off its nifty features. There’s no offline component this time, but there is a business model. Convofy is a bit like a social interface for Google Docs or an alternative to corporate social networks like Yammer that goes beyond status messages to help people collaborate on documents, research and to-do lists

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Convofy: Can a Nifty Demo Become a Real Productivity Helper? Take Two. [NetworkEffect]

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