|Description||Google Analytics for Events|
Gotootie, Inc is an Orlando Florida-based company. The vision of the founding team is to create web and mobile-based products which expedites hyperlocal communication.
Currently the team is working on Doccaster. Doccaster helps the people and companies at events to spread their message to attendees, learn who’s interested, and expedite face-to-face connection.
Gotootie, Inc. was founded in 2010 by Kyle Christian Steele and Himanshu Pagey.
|Launch Date||May 14, 2012|
|Tags||mobile, location, documents, conventions, conferences, collaboration, share, paperless, paper|
Doccaster helps the people and companies at events to spread their message to attendees, learn who’s interested, and expedite face-to-face connection.
Organizers can setup a virtual locker in the event location which participants can fill with presentations, brochures, and whitepapers. Every time an attendee engages information inside the locker from their mobile device, we tell shares who’s interested in their materials and provide two-way communication to expedite face-to-face connection.
What is Doccaster?
|Launch Date||March 22, 2011|
|Closed Date||December 1, 2011|
|Tags||mobile, location, web, website, message, neighborhood, hyperlocal, microblog, discover, share, connect, iphone, ipad, android|
Doccaster.com helps event participants exchange ideas faster, engage quicker & better measure content relevance through the sharing and discussing of documents from mobile devices.
Before attending an event, gathering, or meeting, Doccaster users can upload any document type they’d like to share into their personal briefcase. Once the user has arrived at their destination, they simply log into Doccaster.com from their mobile device, select the document in their briefcase they’d like to share, and drop it into the location. The moment a document is dropped, it becomes instantly available to any Doccaster user within a 15 mile radius. Users can share documents publicly or if desired, they can password protect their documents or place them inside a custom Locker.
When looking for a document being shared in their location, users can quickly search by distance or user ID (like a Twitter handle). Once found, the user can download, view, bookmark or discuss the document from their mobile device or computer. Additionally, people who share documents can enjoy rich analytics which enables them to see the number of views, demographics and conversations associated with their document.