Hojoki Adds Zendesk To Its Cross App Collaboration Platform
Hojoki adds help desk Zendesk to cater for customer support teams on their platform
23 APRIL 2012, CHEMNITZ, GERMANY
SummaryHojoki has integrated Zendesk into its platform. Since launch last December, Hojoki has added 7 new apps, this brings the total number of supported apps to 16. Hojoki is the startup that solves the problem of information fragmentation by providing a unified newsfeed of activities from cloud apps like Google Docs, Dropbox, Evernote and more.
Hojoki has just released its integration of Zendesk. This brings the total number of apps integrated to 16. With this new apps, Hojoki plan to increase the use of their platform.
People who use more than one app that are integrated, not only benefit by having a space to collaborate across all these platforms but also some other nice features. These features include the ability to monitor for changes across numerous apps as well as receiving statistics via email on who’s doing what and what has been done in the past week and/or day.
Hojoki builds a collaborative platform around popular apps and has a newsfeed of activities from these apps at its core. Around this, users can share activities with others by creating sub streams of their activities in workspaces.
From launch, Hojoki supported Dropbox, Google Docs, Delicious, Highrise, Ta-Da List, Beanstalk, GitHub, Pivotal Tracker, Twitter and Google Calendar. Before the addition of these four apps, Hojoki had added Evernote, Google Reader, Cloud App, Google Contacts and Mendeley since launch.
Hojoki (www.hojoki.com) was founded in Chemnitz/Germany (March 2011) and launched its public beta in December 2011. Lead by the CEO and Co-Founder Martin Böhringer, the company now has 10 employees. Based on its strong roots in research, with 3 team members having a PhD, the company’s goal is to leverage cutting-edge technology to integrate cloud apps into a joint work environment.
"Zendesk is a really great addition to the platform. We use it ourselves and it's by far our favourite support tool." Martin Böhringer, CEO of Hojoki