With email, phone, SMS, instant messaging, conference calls, and the like, there’s no limit to the number of ways that people today can communicate with each other — and yet, the sheer number of choices and different ways that we try to share information has become a pain point for most organizations.
Well, there’s a new player in town called Highfive that hopes to ease the pain of communications within the workforce, with technology that is rolling out in beta to some enterprise clients. Formerly known as Parlay Labs, Highfive is the brainchild of Docverse founders Shan Sinha and Jeremy Roy.
Docverse, which was all about collaboration, was acquired by Google in 2010 and eventually became the basis for what’s now Google Drive. After spending a few years there, the two decided it was time to venture back into the startup world and do something new.
In doing so…
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