PR Log - Jan 30, 2013 - BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash. -- Centroy is pleased to announce the launch of its new document management feature designed specifically for online team collaboration.
Centroy's new FileFolder tool allows teams to upload any file type into a private workspace using password protection and 256-bit encryption. Files can be quickly uploaded into organized folders, with granular user permissions. Administrators can carve up an unlimited number of group sites, each with shared or private group user access to files. FileFolder complements Centroy's plethera of other online collaboration tools including: WikiBook, TaskTracker, Calendar, CRM Contact, Discussions, and ChatBox. All features are included in Centroy's base offering, which starts at $29/month. Administrators can turn off whichever features they don't want to use for each group site.
Centroy online team collaboration has become the defacto standard for companies looking to create a fully branded extranet site or business intranet. Centroy provides the abilty to create an unlimited number of private group workspaces, with custom branding to make it look like its owned by the customer. In addition to FileFolders feature, Centroy also lets customers embed their own login box directly into their website.
"Not only does Centroy make sharing information quick and easy, but it also helps protect unauthorized access to sensitive information with secure password protection and 256-bit encryption," said Centroy CEO Andrew Homer. "FileFolders has been our most requested feature for online team collaboration. We listened and worked hard to ensure we did it right with security and ease-of-use in mind."
For a limited time, Centroy will be offering 50% off for customers who try out a free trial on or before February 28, 2013.