Cloud-based team collaboration company Teambox has just announced its latest product, which includes new features such as group chat and integrations with popular services like Dropbox, Box, and Google Docs.
Teambox offers users a cloud-based collaboration platform that can make it easier for teams to manage tasks, exchange files, and communicate with one another. The new integrations with Dropbox and Box will allow Teambox users to easily and seamlessly synchronize their files.
In addition to those services, Teambox users can also plug in documents, files, and other information from services like Gmail, Google Docs, Outlook, and other web apps such as HootSuite and Evernote.
The new group chat feature, along with Teambox’s interactive notes and web-based apps allow users to communicate and collaborate in a variety of different ways all within one centralized platform.
Basically, Teambox is trying to build a one-stop-shop for users to set up a platform to run businesses using a variety of other cloud-based apps and services. Though there are many other products and services out there with similar features and aims, companies that want to consolidate their communication and collaboration efforts could definitely save time and energy by using a service like Teambox.
In addition to its new features, Teambox has also announced new funding, a new CEO, and a new headquarters located in Silicon Valley, its first venture into the U.S. market.
Currently, Teambox is available as an app for iPhone, iPad, Gmail and Chrome. The Teambox service is free for up to 5 users, and $5 per user per month for more accounts. Other plans and discounts are available for larger organizations. All business plans include priority support and unlimited projects and storage space, along with a number of other productivity and organizational features.
The company was founded in 2008 in Barcelona, and now runs a service that is relied on by over 150,000 companies.