Co-Founded by Mikkel Kinnerup, Worksy has created a software with the aim of helping non-techies get access to all the core business tools in one place. Based out of Copenhagen, Worksy has been under the radar off late. “We launched in the closing days of March and we already have a few thousand users!” exclaims Mikkel.Worksy currently includes a webmail, a calendar, a contact app, an activity app, a documents app, and a website app. All modules work together so that all email communication, documents and activities are automatically visible in the 360 degree overview of a contact. Document addition is a useful feature. “To keep cost down we have based everything on open source” adds Mikkel.
The paid versions with more storage capacity and facilities will be made available in a couple of months. For their India plans, Mikkel says ”We are working on finding the appropriate service partners in India, and would be providing cool localized services in India soon.”
I gave it a shot and here's how the dashboard looks:
The aim is to help small businesses become successful through the use of software tools and services. There is no need to configure anything and the focus is on allowing anyone to take advantage of the service. Worksy plans to partner with service providers such as 99designs and OneHourTranslation to integrate more features.All tools are based on existing open source technologies such as Alfresco, eGroupware, and Joomla.
Try it yourself here.