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Dotmach: Your Work Management Application

Dotmach: Your Work Management Application

by Brad MerrillSeptember 24, 2013

Dotmach is a cloud-based application that aims to help teams work together better. After spending some time trying it out, I like it a lot.

I spoke with Dotmach’s Sibi Mustafa, who says they “tried to unify the key requirements of a team,” including social interaction, content collaboration, and task management—all on a simple, intuitive single platform. “Using our application the whole work resources of any kind of organisation can be brought to a single place to manage and organize to keep a structured workflow,” he tells me. “It’s a perfect solution for teams to avoid the frustration of switching from one app to another which kills time and productivity.”

Dotmach is a product of Cloudion, a company focused on developing enterprise-class SAAS applications. Their vision is to “stay as a reliable vendor in developing fast, useful, affordable and scalable enterprise based software services that can provide solutions for most of the challenges faced in the global business scenario.”

Behind Dotmach is founder Farooq A Rahim, a tech enthusiast and entrepreneur from India.

“People love to work as a team,” says Mustafa, “however, managing the workflow while working together is not that easy for anyone. Everybody uses different applications for managing the workflow,” which leads to the problem Dotmach is trying to solve. It results in scattered content and conversations, thus decreasing productivity.

Since Dotmach’s June 25 launch, they’ve gotten an impressive number of companies on board, and their customers seem to be very happy with what they’re doing.

When asked what the future looks like, Mustafa replied, “Dotmach is not built to be a small tool.” The short-term plan includes launching an iPhone app, developer API, audio/video group communication, and generally improving the product and its usablity.

You can check out Dotmach here. They’re also on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

About The Author
Brad Merrill
Brad Merrill is the founder and former editor of VentureBreak.