Stiki gives teams a central location to capture and structure crucial company info. That way new hires can go to Stiki, educate themselves and get up to speed faster.
Stiki makes employee onboarding simple.
When you come from a traditional wiki system, you're used to six level deep nestings of folders, desperately trying to somehow organize your information. That leads to a lot of nearly-blank placeholder pages and makes you used to pages that contain little to none useful stuff. With a top-level-only approach and dynamic structures via tags my workflow became super flexible - to be honest: it wouldn't be such a great experience without the filter search, as you tend to have a lot of pages. But that's part of the app, so combined it works like a charm.
It's simplicity and therefore the increased visibility of information - oh and the rad design.
Completely keyboard-based authoring experience (more shortcuts, full markdown support)
I have been one of the beta-testers for Stiki. Tobi has done a great job and listened to the feedback. Now I can say, that finally there's a smart way to have a great wiki tool and not pay fortune for Confluence and all the features you may never need.
Simplicity, cost, functionality
As the product is still 'young', some important features are yet to come