BroadVision Announces VmosoBot for Slack: Providing Slack User Access to Vmoso Big KnowledgeBy BroadVision on December 07, 2016
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Dec. 07, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BroadVision, Inc. (Nasdaq:BVSN), a leading provider of business communication, collaboration and knowledge management solutions, today announced VmosoBot for Slack: an extension to its popular team mobile-centric collaboration and knowledge management platform Vmoso, to enable greater collaboration across enterprise teams and diverse tools.
Vmoso Slack Integration brings a host of features to extend the reach of team collaboration not only across disparate locations, but now also via multiple collaboration channels: replicating Slack channels in Vmoso Spaces and Chats, allowing bi-directional comments, and the ability to add Slack documents as bookmarks within Vmoso, as well as streamlining information flow even when the information originates from another system. Specifically, through VmosoBot, Slack users can now collaborate directly via email with external users who have not registered with Vmoso or Slack.
Vmoso Slack Integration also brings the power of Big Knowledge to Slack conversations turning them into a valuable and persistent knowledge base through the integration with Vmoso.
The integration of Vmoso with tools such as Slack demonstrates BroadVision’s vision to bring teams together through collaboration and knowledge sharing, regardless of their location, or their device, and now even their collaboration workspace.
BroadVision CEO, Dr. Pehong Chen commented, “We recognize the problems faced by organizations with multiple teams potentially using different collaboration tools and we are addressing that with this powerful integration, bringing the conversations from the whole organization into one accessible location to better enable those teams to work together and collaborate cohesively.”
Watch our overview video to understand more about Vmoso Slack integration.
VmosoBot for Slack is now available on Slack App Directory.