Bluescape Expands Its Universe of Supported Content Formats and Tools
Dec 05, 2016
Customers Can Collaborate in a Single, Visual Workspace Using Preferred Tools, Files, and Devices to Create Better Products Faster
SAN CARLOS, Calif., December 5, 2016 — Bluescape, an innovator in visual collaboration software, announced a new release of its platform further expanding the file types and file sharing services supported in its near-infinite virtual workspace. Bluescape customers can now work with the most diverse and expansive range of files and formats of any collaboration workspace.
A recent survey conducted by Accenture found that “only thirty percent of executives are ‘very satisfied’ with their performance in converting ideas into market-ready products, services or business models” (Faster, fitter, better: Why product innovation is going digital). The Bluescape visual collaboration platform was built from the ground up to help teams do precisely that – convert ideas into better products faster. Eliminating barriers related to locations, disciplines, systems, tools, and devices, Bluescape gives teams a universal language and unique ability to see the big picture in an entirely new way.
The cloud-native, browser-based Bluescape platform accomplishes this by being both hardware and software agnostic. Only the Bluescape platform supports all of these functions and formats:
Collaboration and file sharing tools: Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive encompassing Word, PowerPoint, Excel, PDF, Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Sites, etc.
Image, audio & video files: JPEG, PNG, TIFF, Ogg, MP3, MP4, WAV, and WebM.
Display options: 3M, FlatFrog, Optika, Planar, Sharp, etc.
“Bluescape aims to break down artificial barriers to productive collaboration,” said Bluescape CEO Scott Poulton. “We recognize that employees today prefer to work with different content types, systems, and devices – even within the same company. But this can add friction to how people share and collaborate with others. Bluescape is a universal virtual workspace that empowers people to share and collaborate regardless of the content type, system, or device being used.”
Bluescape helps companies create better products faster. Its visual collaboration platform lets teams see the whole picture as they ideate, design, refine, and develop in an interactive workspace that’s scalable, all-capturing, and accessible from any device. Founded in 2012, Bluescape is a wholly owned subsidiary of Haworth. The company is headquartered in San Carlos, California. Visit bluescape.com.