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Glasscubes Makes Doing Business Online Easier

Press Release: March 03, 2010

Glasscubes, a privately funded UK company, is delighted to announce the worldwide availability of its easy-to-use online platform that brings together branded intranet, document management, project management and simple CRM (customer relationship management). Whether looking to manage projects, teams or customers, Glasscubes is flexible enough to meet whatever requirements users have.

Glasscubes was founded to help small and medium-size businesses be more productive without exploding their budget. Glasscubes brings together key tools for all types of businesses, but is priced to attract smaller businesses and entrepreneurs who have limited budgets and lack dedicated support staff. Simplicity is key to Glasscubes, enabling collaboration with colleagues and clients anywhere in the world easily and securely via an Internet connection and Web browser.

Business intranets and file sharing tools are widely available for large companies, but what about smaller companies? said Wayne Pope, Managing Director at Glasscubes. Our solution was created following a frustrated search for an online tool that was suitably priced for a small company but offered intranet, file management and contact management functionality.

Glasscubes is an online, password-protected platform that allows colleagues and clients to collaborate and share documents. Glasscubes brings together a collection of online tools to enable better team working and improve communication with employees at all levels. It is accessible to an unlimited number of users and even provides a discussion forum to collate notes.

Glasscubes lets team members edit documents online, preview a document without the need for downloading, send messages directly to each other, schedules meetings, share calendars, arrange conference calls, as well as create or assign tasks to other members of a team. A poll can be created to find out what colleagues think of an opinion or suggestion, and reminder alerts can be sent via e-mail or SMS to draw attention.

Wayne Pope is incredibly positive about the future: Here at Glasscubes we are all about simplifying business processes. All too often, setting up an intranet or learning a new project management tool requires extensive financial investment through implementation, training and explanation. Glasscubes makes it as intuitive as possible. Our customer base is growing quickly on a daily basis and we are looking at several major implementations which will not just put Glasscubes on the map, but will make us hard to ignore.


Pricing and availability
Glasscubes is priced for companies of all sizes. The entry level version is free and there are several low-cost monthly subscription packages. A no-obligation 28-day trial is also available on all accounts (no credit card needed).

Note to editors: A video overview of Glasscubes can be viewed at http://vimeo.com/6868967

Media contact:
Christian Harris, HMC
(t) +44 (0)7542 921922
(e) christian@harrismarketing.net

Glasscubes contact:
Rob Hallums
(t) +44 7810 751 702
(e) rob.h@glasscubes.com

About Glasscubes
Glasscubes is a privately funded, UK company that was created in the autumn of 2008, at the beginning of the financial crisis. The aim of the company has always been to help small and medium-size businesses be more productive without exploding their budget. Glasscubes does this through its simple online service that brings together branded intranet, document management, project management and simple CRM. To make this affordable to all companies, the entry level version is free and there are also several low-cost monthly packages to choose from. For more information on Glasscubes, please visit http://www.glasscubes.com.

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Notes to editors

For more information, please contact:

Christian HarrisChristian Harris

Tel: 0754292192207542921922

Email: christian@harrismarketing.netchristian@harrismarketing.net

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