In a remote team, day-to-day communication happens asynchronously. While startups try to conquer the synchronous space, there is far less work happening on the other side. Let's take a look.
Remote empowers companies of all sizes to pay and manage full-time and contract workers around the world. They take care of international payroll, benefits, taxes, stock options, and compliance in dozens of countries.
Asynchronous ways of communication are taking over the remote workplace. They work across timezones and without knowing whether your counterpart is at their desk or not. What used to be a text domain is now being conquered by audio and video.
Don of Kommute and his team are building the next generation of video communication and the evolution beyond generic screencasting services, specifically catered to remote teams.
Loop Team is aiming to create a safe haven for all hyper-collaborative teams that are looking to bring back some of the in-office behaviours to their new remote work setups. As a virtual office, they are making it easier for folks to understand who is around, what they are doing right now and provide an interface to get in touch and collaborate quickly.
On the search of more seamless collaboration, some remote work tools go a longer way than setting up yet another Slack clone. Tandem is one of those: A collaboration product that almost feels like its own operating system.
Scheduling across timezones and calendar is a pain, and sometimes we would just love to have an assistant in our pockets to do it for us. Well, that's what x.ai does!
Voice as a communication tool has long been reserved to synchronous tools, while we reserve texts for all things async. With voice messages gaining popularity across many networks, chats and industries, one company is aiming to bring voice to the async age of remote work.
Current communication tools can feel slow and sluggish. Especially when it comes to video and voice, it can often take minutes until a connection is established. Pragli is looking to fight this with their virtual office tool and walkie-talkie style communication.
If you ever had to take a call from an uncommon place – let's say the subway or a coffee shop – you know the struggle that noisy areas bring with them. On-device noise cancellation software has improved, but not on Krisp's level.
Remote teams are known to struggle more with creating genuine personal connections between employees. Donut is looking to solve this with a sleek solution that lives on Slack.
Deel makes hiring and working with remote talent easier. Deel simplifies compliance and payments for clients and contractors/freelancers.s It provides both parties locally or internationally with a reliable, seamless payment experience.
Knowledge databases are difficult to keep track of and are usually not handy when a question comes up. That's where OneBar helps.
GitHub is known as the #1 coding collaboration platform. Did you know that it's also a great organization tool?
Airtable isn't a tool built for remote companies, but it's versatility make it into one.
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