January 29, 2013
Google Docs is probably the go-to destination for document sharing right now. But for app developers, it’s not ideal: users have to leave your application to work on their files, and then start sharing URLs. Instead, Treaty would keep users on your site, in a document editor with your own branding.
Treaty tracks revisions with colors, similar to Google Docs. And, according to CEO Hillary Cage, you see other users’ changes immediately, with no perceivable lag time.
The cost varies depending on your number of users: $250/month for up to 500, $475/month for up to 1,000, and $900/month for up to 2,000. Custom plans are available for over 2,000 users.
The Bloomington startup, founded in 2009, developed Squad to help programmers collaborate remotely – hence the name Code Together. But as Cage spent more and more time in Squad, coding with developer Ben Serrette – elegantly, using Squad to build Squad – she realized that non-programmers could use a similar tool.
Treaty discounts are available for students and for startups going through accelerators – contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Treaty will launch publicly on February 25.
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