Starmind was never more easily accessible

Denise Gehring

Since August 2017 the Starmind Mobile App ensures unlimited and secure access to a company’s internal knowhow. The impending launch of the desktop app for Windows and Mac will complete the range of applications. Starting in the first quarter of 2018 users can ask and answer questions and tap the knowledge of their work colleagues from their work station even more simply and faster.

The mobile app, which is available for iOS and Android, puts any Starmind user in a position to access the virtual corporate brain at any time and wherever – be it during a meeting directly at the customer’s, on the road, or from the comfort of your living room. This new flexibility enables employees to work together more easily and to share and obtain knowledge exactly when they have the time to do so.

Just imagine you are at a tradeshow and a potential customer poses a difficult question regarding a product. Or you are an insurance adjuster, on the road and suddenly confronted by a completely new loss event. The Starmind Mobile App allows people in such or similar situations to get the required information from the person who has it without delay. Push messages will notify the user as soon as an answer to the question has arrived.

The Desktop App, too, supports even more seamless access to Starmind. It has all the functionalities of the Starmind Web application and can be used for Mac and Windows. Sitting at a computer, the user can open Starmind directly from his desktop with a single click. Login is automatic and the user gets his messages directly in the app. The desktop application is available in early 2018.

Our mission is to network people and their expertise with the right colleagues, providing them with fast answers, at any time and wherever they may be. Tap into our huge range of functionalities and get in touch with your personal Starmind contact partner to talk about the next steps needed to roll out the two apps in your company as well.

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