OSLO, 12 December 2017 - Induct has released new and innovative platform for beta testing
In the Q3 report 2017, Alf Martin Johansen, announced the upcoming beta testing of the extended platform in December 2017. Last Friday, December 8th, Induct released an internal version of the extended platform with great success, where internal employees started testing.
“It is very clear how this extended platform will provide value, both to organizations and individuals”, says Kim Hamli, Chief Innovation Officer. “I am looking forward to getting our platform out to the people, where students and others can use it to organize their personal and professional work”.
The extended platform will include offerings to both individuals and organizations, which will be helpful to people in a much broader way for knowledge generation, collaboration and sharing. Such offerings will include, but not be limited to, workgroups, libraries, discussions and market places.
“We are on track for launching the extended platform to selected market segments in Q1 2018”, says Alf Martin Johansen, Chief Executive Officer. “I am very delighted that our employees were so excited about the platform”.
For further information, please contact:
Alf Martin Johansen, Chief Executive Officer
+47 90 17 94 35
Based on eight years of collaboration with over 250 organizations globally, Induct offers a digital platform that enables efficient management of knowledge based projects and processes. In addition Induct enables the organisations to communicate, collaborate and share knowledge in a secure cloud-based network.
Subscriptions is the main source of income for Induct. Induct has customers in 9 countries
Induct is listed on the Merkur Market list on Oslo Stock Exchange with the ticker INDUCT-ME.