Solution Facilitates Interactive Collaboration; Remote Teams Can Innovate Faster
CALGARY, AB and LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – December 28, 2017) – QuirkLogic co-founders CEO Nashir Samanani and CTO Mike Mabey will demonstrate Quilla™, the world’s first digital writing solution for real-time ideation, at CES 2018. The company is a provider of productivity technology that helps corporate teams spark and grow big ideas. To schedule a demo, editors and analysts can contact http://go.pardot.com/l/312431/2017-06-08/4jh2.
Quilla’s real-time ideation solution replicates the familiar feel of paper and pen. Combined with a supporting ecosystem that offers the power to share content, Quilla enables organizations to centrally capture, create, collaborate, share and iterate ideas in real-time for business advantage.
“For most organizations, innovation is essential for growth. The creative process, whether driven by individuals or teams, is at its best when it is spontaneous and fluid. Bright ideas from team members iterate to become big innovations. It is essential that the tools which support this creative process don’t interfere with or slow down the sparks that enable teams to innovate. Quilla is the first solution specifically designed around the cognitive and creative processes central to real time ideation. It allows participants to focus on the creative process, and not the technology — which just fades into the background,” says Samanani.
At CES, adds Samanani, QuirkLogic will demonstrate that with Quilla, users can walk up, grab a pen, and comfortably brainstorm ideas, actions, and plans without hitting setup hurdles. If they want to return to their work, they can pick up where they left off in an instant.
With Quilla, teams are no longer bound to conference rooms that have equipment nailed to a wall or anchored by a wire and instead can make better use of spaces designed for informal, ad-hoc interaction. Quilla is light weight (24 lbs.) with a rechargeable battery, making it equally easy to snap onto a wall mount or carry on the go, to allow for brainstorming in any location.
Meanwhile, remote participants can collaborate with others in real time, through centralized library and workbook sharing, enabled by an intelligent connected ecosystem that does the heavy lifting behind the scenes, keeping it simple for the users.
“The demo shows just how easy it is to use Quilla to run efficient meetings, sketch out artwork, design products or processes, formulate plans, mark-up documents, and more,” says Mabey.
QuirkLogic has already received glowing reviews from both media and customers, is now growing steadily and the company has made significant inroads in various market segments, including design, architecture, construction, technology and education. QuirkLogic is also growing its reseller network in North America.
According to infoRev MEDIA President Dave Liu,
“Quilla is intuitive and easy to use. Our clients focus on collaboration as a business driver and they’re going to love using this product! The ability to annotate and share information in real-time is wonderful…and the underlying content filing system in the cloud is powerful. This is the slickest technology I’ve seen in a while!”
Additional capabilities of QuirkLogic’s Quilla include:
- eWriters can transform from a single surface to multiple connected surfaces instantly to expand work space, span content or cascade pages
- Quick personal login for immediate access to your library
- Content is persistently displayed — quickly pick up where you last left off
- Automatic content saving — simply walk away when done
- Connect and share content with others from the centralized content library
- Unlimited workbooks and pages, so users never have to search for paper, or run out of page space
- Intuitive design with discoverable contextual menus — touch to copy, move, erase, zoom
About QuirkLogic, Inc.
QuirkLogic was founded in 2013. The company’s flagship product, Quilla, is the world’s first digital writing device for real-time ideation. For more information, log on to www.quirklogic.com; also follow QuirkLogic on LinkedIn and Twitter.