While printed newsletters were once the rage, schools are now embracing tools like The Skool Loop App to help them communicate better with parents.
Divvito is aiming to make co-parenting communication easier by, as Wendy explained, “bringing the benefits of email to instant messaging”.
For ScalaMed, the journey to helping patients manage their health simply and conveniently, on the go, starts with medication management
Working to simplify the process behind creating and initiating voice, email, and SMS communication is Sydney-startup Upwire.
Konnective is a mobile app which acts as a “one-stop shop” for employees to communicate and access their existing internal systems.
Elsight has developed the ‘Multichannel’, a portable communications system which is able to send and receive encrypted data from any point in the world.
Far too many startups approach their fundraising round in panic mode. They’re not ready, their businesses are not ready, and they don’t know what they need.
OurSay is a Melbourne-based startup working to facilitate transparency and communication between organisations and civilians using an online platform.
The federal government has announced this week a $22 million fund that will support the development of telecommunications infrastructure in regional WA.
Providing businesses the ability to design their own platform with a strong focus on enabling communication, is Sydney startup Buzzy.buzz.
Twilio’s growth has come with consumers expecting more from businesses – no longer can businesses treat customers badly and expect them to come back.
Telstra has announced a new brand campaign as part of its evolution from a telecommunications company and into a technology driven one. The rebrand will reflect Telstra’s vision of a connected world and highlight its support and development of the startup ecosystem.
Urge wants to up the convenience factor, allowing consumers to connect and transact with businesses through text rather than calls.
As it looks to raise over $150 million in a new funding round, tech media darling Slack seems to have the team communications market cornered. While the US platform may be king of the office chat, for teams with members scattered around cities or countries, in retail branches or franchises, working on the go or in a role away from a desk, Australian startup Rapporr believes it has the answer.