Moxtra Parters with, Evernote, and Kaffeine for Easy Group Collaborations

Moxtra Parters with, Evernote, and Kaffeine for Easy Group Collaborations

Have you heard of Moxtra yet? Don’t worry, it’s not a large insect about to attack  —  Mothra. Moxtra is a collaborative platform that lets you take all the different kinds of content around the web, from videos to notes to pictures, and stick them in a collaborative “binder”, making group work fast and efficient. They’ve been growing like crazy since their launch, and today they are getting an even bigger boost by integrating with, Evernote, and Kaffiene!

Moxtra Parters with, Evernote, and Kaffeine for Easy Group Collaborations

The Evernote integration is a pretty great concept. Evernote lets you share notebooks, but this makes it a bit cleaner, since all the shared stuff is held in a platform designed around collaboration. Funnel in what you need to share, pull out what you want to store just in Evernote…it’s a great merging of resources. Likewise, the integration adds a new layer to customer relations, and users will be able to tie binders to their Salesforce contacts, so you will know which project is for which client. Kaffeine is a cash flow management solution, and they’ll be tying into Moxtra to leverage their sharing options without having to build something from scratch.

Keep your eyes peeled for a review on Moxtra in the future, and in the meantime, if you use Evernote,, or Kaffeine, or if you need a collaborative app that works across iOS, PCs, and Macs, be sure to give Moxtra a shot!

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Carly has been a gadget fiend for a long time, going back to her first PDA (a Palm M100). She quickly went from researching what PDA to buy to following tech news closely and keeping up with the latest and greatest stuff. She loves writing about ebooks because they combine her two favorite activities; reading anything and everything, and talking about fun new tech toys. What could be better?

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