Agilewords Blog

Agilewords featured in SlapStart.com

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • October 12, 2010

Great news! We've been featured in SlapStart. The Agilewords review is thoughtful and very comprehensive, and I am not just saying that because it is our product! SlapStart.com reinforces that "mailing a document back and forth to view changes is clearly an issue that needs to be fixed" and describes Agilewords as "the first complete [...]

How to collaboratively review documents with clients

Collaboration is a buzz word used by many IT and software providers. This article explores a specific aspect of collaboration: client review of business documents, such as proposals, legal documents, and project documentation. We look at three different collaboration approaches commonly used and outline some of the pro and cons.     Email attachment – [...]

Agilewords August release - Online edit and change tracking (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • August 12, 2010

Unlike other document review applications, Agilewords lets authors edit and update the documents content directly online. This feature makes it easy to incorporate reviewers’ feedback, correct typos, and grammatical errors on-the-fly. And now, reviewers can track and approve changes made by authors with changetracking and content versioning. But first things first, let’s see the improved [...]

Agilewords July release (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • August 02, 2010

Here we are again, with a new release of Agilewords, our web-based application for sharing and reviewing Word documents online. We love that Agile process built around small iterative developments. It’s so exciting to get frequent updates with new features, better usability, and bugs pushed out of the system - in a matter of days! [...]

Agilewords featured in KillerStartups

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • July 30, 2010

We're always really excited when someone writes about us, and we had that pleasant surprise today thanks to KillerStartups. This site reviews several startups every day to look for those that may become killer applications. KillerStartups states that Agilewords provides a "cost-effective way of collaborating" and adds that by "having everybody working on the same file [...]

Challenges of online group collaboration

Here are three issues we’ve come across in our business collaboration adventures. Information Security Although online collaboration applications are more secure than most traditional means of collaboration (for example, unencrypted email can be intercepted fairly easily), it’s still important to verify your security in the “cloud”. Ensure your collaboration is maintained in a high-quality data [...]

Agilewords June release #2 (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • July 05, 2010

Listening to user feedback and being able to quickly turn it into product improvements that are beneficial to everyone is an integral part of the agile development process. That’s what we accomplished with the introduction of video tutorials in this new release. A few weeks ago, a user from a very large corporation (perhaps the [...]

Agilewords June release (screencast)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • June 18, 2010

Undertaking a re-design project is a complex process but it can (should) be a fun and gratifying one for everyone involved. Well, that’s what we learned with the building of our new Agilewords dashboard. We wanted to simplify the navigation and articulate the dashboard around a few master pages. It took us quite some time [...]

Tips for improving client collaboration (Part 2)

  • By Fabrice Talbot
  • June 10, 2010

Communication with your clients is crucial for your business, so you should always try to optimize it and get all the advantages of an efficient collaboration. Here are some more tips for better results of the projects that involve a high degree of client collaboration: 1. Use structured collaboration As far as business collaboration goes, [...]

 
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