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MindQuilt Q&A and knowledge management system, now with Google Apps integration

RedMonk client MindQuilt added in Google Apps integration today as part of Google’s App Tuesday, providing a good opportunity to sit down with their CEO, Daniel Kim, and talk about MindQuilt in general. MindQuilt is a SaaS-hosted services where users can enter in questions and others can come and answer them. There’s the gaming dynamic, auto-matching, and other automation of connecting people together you’d expect from an Enterprise 2.0 product.

If you’re familiar with question and answer services like Quora 0r Stackoverflow, think of that applied to private, corporate use. As an Enterprise 2.0 application, the service is focused on productivity and work-use, not the “hanging out” that you’d expect from consumer Q&A systems. Check out their quick “what is MindQuilt video” and their Enteprise 2.0 Laundpad presentation with plenty of demo.

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Disclosure: MindQuilt is a RedMonk client and sponsored this video.

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  1. […] add in some context, one of RedMonk‘s clients MindQuilt was recently featured in the Google Apps Marketplace, resulting in 15% sign-up growth over a few weeks (for a 30 day free trial). Their CEO Dan Kim also […]

  2. […] MindQuilt – a SaaS trying to take the idea of Quora itself to companies, a sort of “private Quora,” if you will. Given how effective this Quora and other sites have been at eliciting interesting and helpful content from people with the Q&A model, it’d be nice to see if that works for closed organizations. It’s a tough job as other Enterprise 2.0 efforts have shown, but those are starting to pan out as more people ask why their corperate IT sucks so much compared to the public, consumer web. Outside of Austin, see Opzi. See my recent interview with their CEO, Daniel Kim. […]