QuirkLogic Drives Innovation Through Remote Collaboration

Posted Date: 
3 Aug 2018
Source: 
Company Press Release

New Quilla Connect Android app seamlessly connects to world’s largest portable digital writing solution enabling contributions from remote meeting participants

CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--QuirkLogic®, the company helping organizations drive innovation by connecting people and content, today announced Quilla Connect™, a companion app for Quilla™, the world’s largest portable digital writing solution, that enables meeting participants to contribute to collaboration and ideation sessions no matter their location. Quilla Connect extends and enables the engagement for those who are remote by allowing them to use any AndroidTM7 based tablet, smartphone or ChromebookTM, to connect to the Quilla ecosystem through a secured cloud service. With improved access through mobile devices, organizations can spontaneously source and develop ideas from both employees and partners working collaboratively.

With Quilla Connect, remote participants involved in meetings that require collaboration and brainstorming can easily and seamlessly connect to, engage and edit content on Quilla in real-time. Through an easy to use interface, remote users can connect to Quilla documents, designs and workbooks to view shared pages and participate in annotating them in real-time from anywhere. At the end of a session, files are securely stored on the cloud and can easily be exported as a PDF.

“Today’s remote workforce is made up of designers, engineers, executives, artists, educators and many other professionals, but the ability to collaborate with colleagues and partners in real-time is essential to anyone who creates or innovates as part of their job,” said Alan D. Greenberg, senior analyst and partner at Wainhouse Research. “Tools that allow remote employees to more actively participate in meetings while still keeping a company’s intellectual property secure will play an essential role in helping organizations to innovate faster.”