Palo Alto, California — December 18, 2012
New Teambox-Box Bundle Delivers Enterprise Collaboration
Teambox, the cloud-based company redefining collaboration and business communications, today announced the availability of a powerful new Teambox-Box bundle that offers global enterprise customers up to 15 gigabytes of free enterprise storage.
Palo Alto, California — August 07, 2012
Teambox delivers industry’s only collaboration platform that brings Notes, Group Chat and Tasks to millions of Dropbox, Box and Google Docs customers
Teambox, the cloud-based company redefining collaboration and business communications, today announced the release of Teambox 4. This new platform aggregates best-of-breed tools, such as Box, Dropbox, Google
Docs and Gmail, to help companies better manage tasks, communicate across teams and share files, all from a single location. Teambox combines single point collaboration, communication and business applications into one easy-to-use platform, enabling
organizations of any size to get more done, faster and with better accuracy.
Redwood City, California — January 17, 2013
Teambox Closes Successful Year with Record Growth, Strategic Partnerships and Prestigious Industry Recognition
Teambox, the cloud-based company redefining collaboration and business communications, today announced 2012 to be a banner year for the company. In 2012 alone, Teambox boosted monthly recurring revenue by more than 500 percent year over year, and bookings grew 401 percent in the second half of 2012 versus second half of 2011.This momentum was fueled by new product innovations, strategic integrations and industry recognition.
When I started working at Teambox three years ago (a decade in startup time), things were very different. We were a small team of four, functioning organically, and doing a little bit of everything. Basically, we didn’t need to follow any specific process to make our customers happy.
You’ve probably heard about companies wanting their products to be first and foremost mobile-centric experiences (or what’s being called the “mobile first” philosophy.) You might have even read countless blog posts about how it’s the hip thing to do now. We’re here to tell you why that’s sorta wrong.