Socialtext Incorporated is the first wiki company and leading provider of Enterprise 2.0 solutions. Socialtext captures the best features of web-native tools called "wikis" and "weblogs" and brings them inside your enterprise to create a collaboration and knowledge tool that works the way people do.
Traditional groupware and knowledge management tools use top-down constraints: pre-defined roles, workflows, and categories. Socialtext takes a bottom-up approach to collaborating and empowers people to develop their own solutions.
With Socialtext, people form groups flexibly, and build lightweight structure on the fly, as part of getting their job done -- without needing design or coding skills.
As Ross Mayfield, says, "Simple tools with simple rules yield the best results." Socialtext is social software that groups can actually use to make themselves and their organizations more productive, while building trust between participants.
When people collaborate, good things happen. Since 2002, over 4,000 organizations -- from business, non-profit and academic sectors have become part of the Socialtext network.