Wednesday, May 11, 2005

evhead: Running your company on web apps

evhead: Running your company on web apps

One interesting thing about starting a company today versus a few years ago: Lots of cool web apps are now available that you can more or less run you company on.

Among the apps we're currently using, or trying out, at Odeo are:

* Basecamp - project/task management (much is moving to FogBugz, though)

* JotSpot - internal information management (haven't fully committed, but looks good)

* Blogger - for, ya know, the blog

* Gmail - I think nearly everyone here uses it as their client. We just forward our mail there.

* FogBugz - Awesome bug and customer email management (although we haven't tried the email yet). We were using something I think called BugTrack, which comes with Textdrive, but it was a little sparse in features. (FogBugz also has discussion forums, which we're not sure if we're using either.)

* Google Groups - internal and external mailing lists

* Kayako - a really intersting customer support app. Haven't decided how to use it yet or its relationship with FogBugz.


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