|Description||Semantic Intelligence within Emails|
|Seed, 4/09 |
friends & family
|Series A, 1/12 ||$1.55M|
Kwaga leverages 60+ combined years of experience in applied computational linguistics, semantic technology, and Email, and has received over 2 Million euros in funding to date.
Kwaga’s flagship product, WriteThatname, is an email assistant that automatically updates and creates contacts in address books and CRMs. Available for Gmail, Google Apps, Outlook, and Lotus notes, HighRise and Salesforce, this service analyzes the contents of present and past emails to extract the most current contact information and keep it continually up-to-date .
WriteThatname TeaserAdded: 11/17/12
|Launch Date||May 18, 2010|
For Google Apps Email (Gmail)
Are you the Google Apps domain manager? Get social profiles inside Gmails, see whether or not important emails have been forgotten, add contact details to Google Contacts in 1-click - ALL at the bottom of each mail in real-time!
Remember forgotten Tasks : The gadget uses intelligence to detect which email threads contain requests for action (“can you do this ASAP…) and puts a yellow triangle for you to know it’s particularly worthwhile. For any email with a yellow triangle, you’ll see a “Please Answer” if you’ve forgotten to answer a request from Roger or a “Ping Again” if Roger forgot to answer your request. Once either you or Roger has answered, the yellow triangle is replaced with a blue checkmark. All of this is automatic and saves you the hassle of having to look back through all of your emails or to remember whether you’ve forgotten to answer something important.
See Social profiles : Who is Roger? The profile feature displays a picture of Roger (if Roger has set up his Google account settings or on the social websites) and his title along with links to social web sites including LinkedIn, Viadeo, and Twitter. Simply click on the LinkedIn icon, for example, and you’ll see Roger’s entire profile and list of interests. A great way to know more about the people you’re talking with but perhaps have never met. Or even learn more about the people you see everyday!
|Launch Date||January 1, 2010|
|Closed Date||January 1, 2011|
|Launch Date||May 12, 2011|
WriteThat.Name keeps your Gmail address book autoMAGICally updated