I received an email telling me EditGrid is out of beta. They’ve launched a paid subscription service aimed at small businesses:
SSL Encryption – All traffic to and from our servers are encrypted for security and confidentiality.
Organisation Portal – manage users accounts and spreadsheets under your organisation.
Usage Reports – tracking usage activities.
Custom Login Page – It’s your login page. With your logo.
Customer Support – response within the next business day.
Regular readers will know that despite my aversion to spreadsheets, I like this service a lot. It’s integrated to salesforce.com
Some interesting stats from the beta period:
Over 15,000 registered personal users, from 30+ countries.
Over 200 trial organisations and 4,500 trial organisation users.
Over 23,000 spreadsheets, among which 10,000+ are public spreadsheets.
Translated into 9 languages by users through EditGrid Localisation Project.
Over 1,000 blog mentions and 1,400 del.icio.us bookmarks.
These numbers won’t even register on Microsoft’s radar. Which is just fine. I see also sorts of uses for this in the SMB world.
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