When you’re managing client-related data, what’s the biggest monkey on your back? Lack of organization, shaky security settings, inability to share easily with team members? Whether you’re performing password management or tracking devices, you can get lost in the jungle without the right tools.
Monkey Box is the world’s first solution to this problem. It’s a bright new Vancouver startup premiering at Web Summit in Dublin, Ireland October 30-31, 2013. We believe Monkey Box is a product the digital marketplace desperately needs — that’s why our partners have invested seed funding in the company, and our President Chris Breikss will be joining Luis Giraldo, Monkey Box’s founder, at Web Summit. Read the press release!
So, what does Monkey Box do?
- Helps teams securely manage and share data like passwords, devices, notes and files
- Uses custom sharing capabilities for distribution of data — setting varying user permissions
- Employs best-practice security standards for maximum safety (it’ll export an encrypted, password-protected PDF if you need to send a password online — never use email for such sensitive data again!)
The best part? It’s designed by service providers, for service providers — with a unique understanding of how to solve the ‘data management dilemma.’ Learn more from the Monkey Box website.
6S also wanted to lend a hand in Monkey Box’s digital marketing, so we created full-scale social media promotion and launch strategy, SEO, Google AdWords and Twitter promoted tweets campaign. Our sister agency Drive Digital built Monkey Box a beautiful new front end website — all in a very short timeframe (6 weeks) for its launch at Web Summit.
Want to follow Monkey Box’s beta launch journey? They’ll be demonstrating the app to fellow primates at Booth #286 at Web Summit (and employing some truly ‘guerrilla’ marketing with a Barrel of Monkeys surprise). If you’re not in Dublin this month, see all the highlights on social media:
Have a Monkey Box-related question? Don’t hesitate to ask. Post a comment below and a team member will get back to you lickety-split.