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Private start-up
Industry Enterprise microblogging, Project Management
Headquarters Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Key people
Rehan Yar Khan

Remindo is a web-based microblogging software. It has been described as a corporate social networking tool[1] that supports basic project management features such as milestones and to-do lists. The primary way in which it differs from Twitter is that posts are visible only to users that share the same company email address.


David Sacks describes the function of enterprise microblogging services as:

The purpose is to allow co-workers to share status updates. You post updates on what you are working on. You can post news, links, ask questions, and get answers for people in your company.


See Also[edit]


  1. ^ Webworkers Daily Review
  2. ^ David Sacks as quoted in Techcrunch

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