You probably know by now that we like to be really close to our users - building relationships with each and everyone.....one at a time! Some of the things we do to bring that out is through:
- User stories that come in on a Global Map here (btw, to which we have added many new stories since I last created and blogged about it) or
- Third Party Reviews and blog posts here
Here is one that David, at the Opera Volunteers International, posted as a comment to my response on his blog post on CrossLoop . This one really caught my attention since it was a really unique industry for us, it was courageous on David's part and expresses his well-found faith in what we have built:
"I'm happy to report that in our recently-concluded conference in Denver, I dared to do a live demo of CrossLoop connecting to a computer on Long Island.
As we all know, live internet-based demos are akin to presentation suicide. But I didn't fall on the sword that day. I was both host and client, and each time, CrossLoop worked flawlessly in front of the audience. Wow!
Volunteers of every stripe work on shoestring budgets, so a free tool is very welcome. The concept of real-time collaboration is still quite new, but I know that every time I do a CrossLoop session, it never fails to impress.
Our board is spread out all over the country, so I know that both its simplicity and versatility will raise our intra-board communications to a new level.
Shortly before your post, I concluded yet another successful CrossLoop session with a board member in Colorado.
We all belong to different groups, so the multiplication potential is tremendous. I will surely assist the board in this program and look forward to the new features you're introducing."
Good Afternoon and Good Luck!