DocVerse was founded in 2007 by Microsoft veterans Shan Sinha and Alex DeNeui, who finally gave up on the constant back-and-forth email attachments required to share and edit Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents.
The company has created an easy to use, downloadable plug-in for Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel that turns these applications -- with nearly 600 million users worldwide -- into full-fledged, Web-enabled, collaboration tools. Their flagship product is the first ever to offer true real-time sharing and simultaneous group-editing of Word, PowerPoint and Excel documents, without sacrificing any of the power and familiarity of the most popular productivity suite in the world -- Microsoft Office.
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|Oct 7, 2014||TechCrunch - Highfive Turns Any Room Into A Cloud-Based Video Conferencing Room For $799|
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