silentale

  • Silentale ditches contact management and launches SocialReplay

    Social CRM startup Silentale used to be called the “Dropbox of communication.” It used to compete with the likes of Xobni, Gist and Rapportive. But those days are over. Starting today, Silentale will be ending its former contact management service and rolling out SocialReplay, a B2B social backup solution. Last week, Silentale’s founder, Laurent FĂ©ral-Pierssens, announced… Read More

  • Silentale, the Dropbox-for-communications, launches on the iPhone

    Silentale publicly launched its “Dropbox for communications” service only a few months ago. The Paris-based start-up is now announcing the release of its iPhone application, so users can have access to the personal CRM service on the go. With Silentale’s solution, users have full access to their contacts and conversation history from all major social platforms (Facebook… Read More

  • Silentale, the Dropbox-for-communications, opens to the public

    After nearly a year in private Beta, Silentale, which is calling itself the “Dropbox for communications”, opens to the public today. The service is a kind of personal CRM system, providing a searchable backup of your contacts, messages and attachments across various communication channels, including email and social networks Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. It’s designed… Read More

  • Silentale Launches Personal CRM

    After nearly a year in private Beta, Silentale, which is calling itself the “Dropbox for communications”, opens to the public today. The service is a kind of personal CRM system, providing a searchable backup of your contacts, messages and attachments across various communication channels, including email and social networks Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. It’s designed… Read More

  • The Next Web Is Just Around The Corner (The Conference, That Is)

    The Next Web Conference 2009 in Amsterdam is quickly approaching, and it’s promising to be a good show again this year even if it won’t be Erick Schonfeld moderating the event this time. TechCrunch Europe’s Mike Butcher will be there though, and so will I, so hook up with us if you’re heading down to the conference too. In case you haven’t registered yet… Read More