ClientS

HIGH TECH/INTERNET

KAKAO

Kakao Group, owner of Daum Communications and Kakaotalk, used Collavate to organize workflow for general approval processes and Collavate DLP (data leak prevention) to audit their Google Drive and prevent the loss of confidential data.

SK TECHX

SK TechX, a subsidiary of SK Group, implemented Collavate to organize workflow for product management and to organize real-time detection of data on Google Drive documents and files.

 

GOOGLE

Multinational technology company Google implemented Collavate to manage internal article releases and to centralize documents.
 

SALESFORCE

Salesforce used Collavate to organize and share training materials among company employees, stimulating communication and collaboration within the business.


EDUCATION

SOUTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

Prominent college Southwestern Christian University used the collaborative electronic approval process Collavate offers to transfer forms among school administrators, greatly expediting form processing time.

UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO

The University of Puerto Rico implemented Collavate for school administration purposes. Staff members noticed that the templates provided by Collavate improved efficiency and that the enterprise social media platform boosted collaboration.


MEDIA

CHOSUN BIZ

Prominent South-Korean news company Chosun Biz used Collavate to streamline internal news article review and approval and also used Collavate's platform to customize its website.

NEWSCORP

News distributor Newscorp used Collavate to simplify the process of creating and distributing articles and utilized the tag function effectively to organize articles.

 


SOLUTION/SERVICE

MOTOROLA

Telecommunications company Motorola incorporated Collavate to efficiently review and approve marketing material.

INTELLIAN TECH

Marine satellite antenna systems maker Intellian Tech used Collavate's DLP (Data Leak Prevention) features to ensure file security for Google Drive. Intellian also utilized Collavate's workflow management features to boost efficiency.

PROCASE MANAGEMENT

Procase Management staff utilized Collavate's workflow management features to streamline their document approval process. 

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MADISON KIPP

Aluminum seller Madison Kipp Corporation used Collavate's template capabilities to effectively create groups, boosting communication. Madison Kipp also implemented the tagging function to organize business documents between departments. 

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MCM WORLDWIDE

Leather luxury goods brand MCM Worldwide adopted Collavate to ensure file security within the company and to automate its workflow.


NON-PROFIT

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CARNEGIE FOUNDATION

The Carnegie Foundation implemented Collavate's workflow management features to organize forms and templates. 

CORY-RAWSON LOCAL SCHOOL

Cory-Rawson used Collavate to transfer documents among faculty members. With Collavate's file organization capabilities, teachers were able to effectively collaborate remotely.

BW MONASTERY

BW Monastery implemented Collavate's enterprise social network to increase communication among members. The organization also utilized Collavate's workflow capabilities to organize and transfer files.


The ISO 9001 auditor was impressed with our use of Collavate as a tool to manage our documentation. This was a key requirement to achieve the certification!
— Adam Kunzman, President, Keynote Photonics
COLLAVATE allows me to utilize Google Drive/Docs in a way that not only competes with but exceeds all other cloud-based and desktop word publishing environments.
— Todd L. B. epiKloud
With the connection to the internet, our global office can submit documents for approval with just a few clicks. The easy system where our local employees can use allows for faster and more efficient work
— ThePromise
The most valuable outcome is that we can now collaborate horizontally rather than in vertical silos, making it easier for different groups to work together toward shared goals.
— TK Lee, CEO at MS Autotech
COLLAVATE allows executives to electronically approve things such as purchase requests, expense reports, timesheets, etc.
— Victor Ung, CIO Wongu University
“Easy enough!”
— Aaron D. Captevrix, LLC