Mindjet‘s mapping tools let smaller businesses manage their projects and improve collaboration via visual maps that can be annotated, linked, and, most significantly, shared.
At Enterprise 2.0, Mindjet announced the launch of Mindjet Connect, which puts Mindjet maps in the cloud. “For a small or midsize business without infrastructure, with telecommuters, and partners, these are virtual workspaces,” says Scott Raskin, CEO of the company.
“You can invite people in or out, work on initiatives, and store files, documents, and information. It’s a living, breathing, working way to manage projects.”
Prices range from $9 up to $25 per month per user depending on the features.
Visit MindJet Connect to get more information.