Markcomm Pitch

Overview

It is a fully featured Employee Communication Software which offers Knowledge Management at one place. Its end-to-end solutions designed for Windows are best suited for Enterprises and Agencies. This online Employee Communication system infuses artificial intelligence with neuroscience.

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Starmind

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Features

  • Activity
  • News Feed
  • Knowledge Management
  • Enterprise Software
  • Knowledge Management
  • Real Time

Specifications

  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, iPhone / iPad, Android

Desktop Platforms

  • Web App
  • Windows

Training

  • In Person
  • Live Online
  • Webinars
  • Documentation

Mobile Platforms

  • iOS
  • Android

Starmind Users

Business

  • StartUps
  • SMEs
  • Enterprises

Available Support

  • Email
  • Live Support

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Starmind International

  • Headquarter: Zurich

  • Full Address: Mühlebachstrasse 162-164, 8008 Zürich, Switzerland Tel. +41 58 590 80 00

Reviews

In a large company like Swisscom it’s not easy to quickly find the right person to help you out with a problem. Starmind, which powers Swisscom’s Ask-The-Brain tool, makes this really simple

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 For specific sensitive questions, it might be helpful if the question answerer could also remain anonymous, but his department affiliation would be shown.

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Around 67 % of questions get an answer within 24h. That’s a massive improvement compared to what it was (sometimes It took weeks to get an answer).

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It’s anonymous and simple to use tool for all types of users. It attracts user to come and contribute and ask questions because of how it has been setup. I believe everyone is different and finds different ways to learn new things. And, starmind gives one good option for people to learn things through asking any type of questions which can help their perspectives immensely.

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Used sometimes as knowledge base by administrators and those entries often come on top which easy indentify them as “created” questions.

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