Slack: Incorporates all communication channels

Slack is an application which has revolutionized corporate communication by merging all communication channels into one unique chat. Slack will allow you to communicate with people who prefer to communicate via Twitter, Asana, Google Hangout, DropBox and many others.

You will receive all of your notifications in one place and will be able to answer via this same channel, thus avoiding having to constantly switch between applications. The extremely efficient search engine allows each member of your team to access information or documents that were exchanged months ago. You can also access private group discussions and drag and drop files into messages. New employees will enjoy access to all of your business contacts and open discussions starting on their first day. This will allow businesses to save time and gain flexibility. The ultimate goal of Slack is to eventually replace the use of email messaging within your business.

Editor: Slack Technologies

Slack demo and screenshots

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Slack customers

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Slack pricing and features

Plans & Pricing

Free
Standard
Plus
$0
$6.67/month /user
$12.5/month /user

Features

Communication
Chat box / Instant Messaging Live discussion via a Webchat
Contact Manager Search and organization application for professionnal contacts
Notifications Email, sms, pop-up window to inform someone the an action is done
Shared contacts Contacts viewed and updated by multiple people

Services

Integration & Interoperability
API, Web Service Restful APIs
Mac OS
Social Networks Integration
Windows OS
Mobility
Mobile App
Responsive Web Interface (RWD) Application crafting to provide an optimal experience
Support
Community (FAQ, Forum)
Knowledge base (tutorials, demos)

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