Celebrating 15 years in business, FuseTalk Inc. has led in delivering innovative discussion forum and collaboration solutions to the market. FuseTalk is a collaboration application that brings users together in a common interface, bridging legacy collaborative solutions like newsgroups, e-mail, and mailing lists, to facilitate effective communication.
At FuseTalk Inc., we are passionate about collaboration. After all, businesses run on the energy of ideas, dialogue, debate and discovery. To help generate and harness that energy, we are committed to making and supporting software products that make collaboration easy and cost-effective. As a result, our customers lead their markets because they share our passion - the passion to foster online collaboration to increase revenues, decrease operating costs and gain an edge in an increasingly competitive environment.
Most other forum based collaboration applications only allow one forum to run from a single installation. FuseTalk is unique in that the product is capable of pushing out N number of forum communities to different collaborative groups. Each of these forums can then be controlled from a central area, and permissions for each forum can be controlled by the global administrator. A single installation of FuseTalk could run a thousand different forums, all with different access rights and users.
Bridging the collaboration gap is the key to FuseTalk's success. FuseTalk can consolidate existing legacy collaboration solutions like newsgroups, e-mail and mailing lists into one familiar, easy-to-use interface. Aside from consolidating existing solutions, FuseTalk can also integrate into your existing authentication schema, facilitating a seamless login.
Whether our customers need a simple discussion forum or a very robust one, FuseTalk delivers the right solution at the right price. Thousands of organizations have chosen FuseTalk to deliver discussion forums and the power of collaboration to their stakeholders. Our customers include corporate companies, educational institutions, associations and government agencies. To see a small sampling of such organizations, please refer to Who's Using FuseTalk.