Early Reviews from the Blogosphere!


Blog Survey

Word is spreading throughout the Web that Coventi Pages is an innovative, easy-to-use, and practical solution for sharing documents on the Internet. Here’s six of our early writeups in the blogosphere: 

Michael Pick of MasterNewMedia.org published an exhaustive review of Coventi Pages, praising our “simplicity of design” and novel approach to collaboration:  


“By adding a simple feature that acts as a cross between Microsoft Word comments and an instant messaging application, this new online word processor allows you to collaborate with precision, whether you are working together at the same time from different locations, or asynchronously from completely different time zones.”  

“…I can see a range of possible uses for Coventi Pages not currently met elsewhere in the market.”  

Vivek Puri of StartupSquad.com compares us favorably to Google Docs, and challenges us to keep up the innovation:


“It has been quite sometime since I came across a collaboration tool which delivers features that can make collaboration happen for real. But as always you will have a few smart people working on your wishes. Recently I found Coventi to be just such a team which is making efforts to deliver something beyond the regular collaboration feature-set that you might expect from web-based apps.”

“With Coventi, the complete discussion stays with your document and you can make changes accordingly whenever you want.”   

George Siemens of eLearnSpace compares us favorably to wikis, joining a chorus of educators that see real promise in Coventi Pages:  


“If I want to approve changes (or hold discussions around suggested changes – in context, instead of the “discuss” wiki tab), rather than have them directly inserted into a document, wikis don’t work that well. Coventi combines the collaborative nature of wikis…with the ability to comment and discuss a document (like Word).”  

Miguel Guhlin of Around the Corner v2 sees web-based word-processing with Coventi’s discussion features as a killer app for education:  


“It’s pretty impressive… when can we get these tools to setup in K-12 schools?”  

Miles at the London Advice Services Alliance appreciates our emphasis on discussion rather than group editing:  


“Coventi Pages looks to be the most interesting of the emerging players in the collaborative writing space with its stripped down set of writing features (like Google Docs) and strong focus on promoting discussion, highlighting text and notes to the fore.”  

JLTitus from Learning Nuggets is an educator that keeps it short and sweet:  


“Ok, tell me this isn’t TOTALLY cool.”  

Coventi Pages is growing fast, adding scores of new users daily. These first returns are very positive, and reviews will only get stronger as we use your feedback to improve our service.   

So, thanks to all of you who have been using Coventi to share your work online! Keep on spreading the word, and keep your emails to feedback@coventi.com coming!  


5 Responses to “Early Reviews from the Blogosphere!”

  1. Sim Says:

    Solid 😛

  2. Alec Dorling Says:

    I am constantly reviewing collaboration tools, but at last we have a sure winner here as a immediate usuable collaboration tool that has been long in the waiting. A few enhancements are needed, but this is going to change the lives of virtual teams (and normal teams) in the reviews of document.

    This is a dream for the Quality Manager of a ISO9001 quality system. Reviews are the backbone of a quality system and software developers hate all the bureaucratic paper work. Here is a tool that they will love to use. All we need is to be able to capture the record of the review and enact an approval process also.

    Congratulations – Keep up the innovation

  3. Britney Says:

    I browse and saw you website and I found it very interesting.Thank you for the good work, greetings,

  4. onesknus Says:

    thats for sure, guy

  5. Thomas Koziol Says:

    By far the most concise and up to date information I found on this topic. Sure glad that I navigated to your page by accident. I’ll be subscribing to your feed so that I can get the latest updates. Appreciate all the information here

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