Once it was easy find content relevant to your business; you’d go to the national newspapers and perhaps the trade press. Maybe there was a conference a year where you’d discover a business book.
Making decisions with this information was also easy. Everyone worked in the same office so everyone could discuss articles and use their experience to create actionable business intelligence.
Now we live in an age where great content could be anywhere; it could be on blogs, or different social media platforms, or in newsletters, journals, books, newspapers or podcasts. We are drowning in information. More Info »
We don’t have accessibility to our colleagues expertise. Using email to share and disseminate information is unproductive. Given it’s linear and transactional nature, we cannot surface actionable intelligence from this content.
A platform is desperately needed that replicates how we used to work, but can handle the richness of information available today.
What should this platform look like?
Cronycle takes the long-form content readily available on the web via website feeds and Twitter feeds, and give you the tools to make decisions using it.
You should be able to 1. Monitor the Internet for new and relevant content and 2. Curate and understand those new ideas in your teams.