Organize Your Company's Ad Hoc Sharing With Jambok

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Jambok is a software as a service platform that enables companies and communities to share knowledge in the the cloud. Ideal for the “informal learning” (everything that’s not official training) part of corporate communications, the Jambok platform allows you to post video, audio, photos, as well as screen capture your desktop in order to share knowledge within your organization.

Like an elaborate multimedia wiki, Jambok allows for multiple ways to upload and socially engage with enterprise content, supports a wide variety of media options including Powerpoint and screen capture and is available on the mobile, enabling users to rate, tag, and comment on the go while still maintaining enterprise level security.

Attempting to capitalize on the theory that most on-the-job learning is informal, Jambok was the first to market in the burgeoning informal learning niche, which includes Knowledge 2.0 players like Street Smarts and Cornerstone LMS.

Founded this May by former Sun Chief Learning Officer Karie Willyerd and former Sun Chief Technology officer Charles Beckham, Jambok is the first SaaS built specifically for informal learning.

Possible use cases for Jambok include launching new company wide features, organizing internal communications like collaborating on presentations, as well as the ongoing “unofficial” training of employees. Currently founder-funded, the nascent company boasts customers including Thomson-Reuters, British Telecom and Mitsubishi.

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