The Crm service is a platform that helps organizations, businesses, and individuals find, manage, and schedule meetings, conferences, and events, using smart software.
It’s a new way to find out what is going on with other people and companies, which can lead to faster and more efficient meetings, the startup said in a blog post.
The service is available on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and Linux platforms, as well as on the web.
“Our mission is to empower people, businesses and organizations around the world to create a better work/life balance through a unified platform that connects people, business, and organizations,” said CEO Brian Latham.
“With Crm, you can easily organize and schedule your next meeting, get your calendar ready for meetings, and find out more about the company that you work for.”
The service has already been used by companies including Microsoft, Amazon, and Netflix, as an internal tool for internal teams.
But Crm is also being used by more organizations around a variety of industries, including healthcare, banking, insurance, and the military.
Crm uses the same technology used in Skype and Slack, and its software is available for Windows, Linux, iOS and Android devices.
It uses a unique cloud platform called Glp, which allows organizations to create and manage multi-platform apps on the platform.
“We have seen a surge in usage of Glp and the team at Crm believe that it is the future of meeting automation,” said Adam Smith, general manager of software at Cramp.
“This means that businesses are able to deliver their meetings, events, and customer service more effectively and with a simpler, more efficient workflow.
We’re excited to work with the Crm team to bring this to life and see it grow.”
The company’s app uses a custom set of APIs that it developed with other developers.
For instance, it uses the APIs from the OpenShift platform to manage meetings, which means the company has full control over how meetings are organized and where they go.
“The API is incredibly simple and easy to use, and is ideal for building complex multi-channel meeting management services,” Smith said.
“For example, you might use this API to manage events, meetings, or the scheduling of events.
Cramp’s open source, cross-platform solution enables you to create any number of meetings, meetings and events using the same codebase.”
The Cramp team plans to release its own version of the service in the next few months.