NEW YORK, May 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Samepage, the free online place to communicate and share content with context, today announced a strategic partnership with the global workplace provider, Regus. All Regus customers will now receive a one-year free, unlimited subscription to Samepage’s online collaboration platform for business services, Samepage for Business. Samepage is currently the only business-grade collaboration service that Regus is offering to the company’s 2.1M members through the new Regus Marketplace customer portal.
Samepage is a featured business application within the Regus Marketplace, launching in June, a customer-only destination for exclusive value-add products and service deals. All Regus customers will soon be able to easily sign up for a free Samepage for Business account via Regus’ Marketplace portal.
“This partnership with Regus is a significant validation of Samepage’s unique contextual approach to ensuring productive and efficient online collaboration for businesses,” said Scott Schreiman, CEO of Samepage. “Offering business owners and entrepreneurs tools to help them maximize their operational efficiency by collaborating in real-time is our goal and we’re proud to be reaching Regus’ global customer base .”
Regus began using Samepage in 2013 to run the Regus product development and new business development departments. The teams share ideas and projects amongst internal and external business partners, with as many as 60 people commenting and collaborating simultaneously. Samepage enabled these Regus departments to become more efficient, making product launches and subsequent support follow-up easier than ever.
As a result of the great experience Regus has had using Samepage internally, the company has now entered into a strategic partnership with Samepage to offer all of Regus’ customers worldwide a free subscription to Samepage for Business for unlimited users for one year. Samepage for Business organizes any team’s content, conversations and documents all together in one place. By using Samepage, teams spend less time searching for old emails or looking for the most recent versions of files and more time being productive. Business content has never been more available or more secure than with Samepage’s full user management content access controls and sharing administration.
As part of the partnership, Regus customers will receive 30 days of free personalized consulting from a Samepage coach. Samepage coaches will work with Regus customers to optimize Samepage for Business accounts, and assist with page creation for customer-specific business needs. The coach will make sure each customer easily and quickly gets their pages up and running.
“Samepage’s business collaboration track record speaks for itself. Samepage is agile, thoughtful, and focuses on their customers’ needs first,” said André Sharpe, Regus’ global product and business development director. “We think of them as a true partner in helping us offer our customers the most innovative and easy-to-use software collaboration solution to help them run their businesses more effectively.”
Samepage is changing the way people share ideas and content. Anyone can create a free online page in minutes and collaborate with friends, family, co-workers or the world. We built Samepage so our company could work together more effectively. Then we discovered Samepage is also awesome for organizing social, group, and school activities. Now lots of people are using Samepage to plan epic vacations, organize school fundraisers, keep sports teams on track, run their businesses and get more done. How will you use Samepage? For more information and to create a personalized Samepage page, visit www.samepage.io.
Regus is the global workplace provider. Its network of more than 2,300 business centers in 104 countries provides convenient, high-quality, fully serviced spaces for people to work, whether for a few minutes or a few years. Companies like Google, Toshiba and GlaxoSmithKline choose Regus so that they can work flexibly and make their businesses more successful. For more information, visit www.regus.com.
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