Shelf is a content sharing platform that helps distributed teams organize, declutter, and find their most important resources in one place.
Shelf raises $2.2 million to help companies find relevant contentShelf, which provides software to centralize a company's content onto one platform, launched out of of closed beta today and announced a $2.2 million seed round. SeedInvest, CT Innovations, and NY Angels all participated. The startup helps companies sort their content and organize digital resources by integrating with browsers like Firefox and Chrome or syncing with cloud storage services like Dropbox and Drive.
Why We're Launching on Product Hunt - Shelf - MediumOn September 27th 2017, Shelf is launching its knowledge sharing solution on Product Hunt. For all of you who are new to Shelf, we offer a content sharing platform that helps distributed teams organize, declutter, and instantly find their most important resources in one place.
Life in The jungles of Borneo: Interview with Shelf founder, Sedarius Tekara PerrottaI read your FastCompany and Forbes articles. That's some pretty crazy stuff. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Sedarius lived in the jungles of Borneo and the Amazon for extended periods of time. So why in the world did you really do that? I was on a quest, Ameer, a quest to go beyond ...
How to Solve the "Search Gap": Decluttering your Media Storage - The Startup MagazineWe can all relate to rummaging through drawers of clothes looking for one elusive item we need or shuffling through an entire stack of papers in search of one sheet you're "sure" was there. And as technology has evolved, so have our storage troubles.
Shelf: The Startup Disrupting the Knowledge Management SpaceTwenty years ago, an office meant more or less the same thing for everyone: Employees worked in the same building, relying on a paper filing systems to organize their past and present projects. If any assets were computerized, the digital filing system was typically unsophisticated - and almost always located on one server.
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