Glasscubes is an application designed to help businesses in a number of ways. Users can manage projects by bringing teams together in a way that is effective and transparent. Glasscubes also offers a convenient search function that allows businesses to comb through content as well as titles of documents. Conference calling comes built in with ten international phone numbers to call in through. Glasscubes also lets the user add their own branding so the color scheme and look completely match their company. The Discussion feature simplifies communication by centralizing the main conversation and giving users an accessible reference to see what has been said or ask questions. Glasscubes also offers apps for mobile phones and smart devices. The application operates with daily backups, access control lists and 256 bit encryption security. Users can also utilize free add ons, including email tracking, sales reporting and much more.Show more screenshots »
Glasscubes was founded in November of 2008. The company is based out of London. The team consists of fewer than ten individuals, including Directors Gary Wright and Charlie Birkett as well as Managing Director Wayne Pope. The U.K. based, privately funded company continues to offer helpful solutions for small to medium sized businesses through Glasscubes.
Glasscubes focuses on providing simple, easy to use solutions that work. The application really stands out in the number of basic business related tasks it can handle and the way it approaches each. Users are given what they really need. The features, such as international conference calling and centralized discussions, encourage productivity and organization.
The Glasscubes website uses a simple white and blue color scheme. The vibrant logo features a stylish multi-colored square beside the low key Glasscubes name. Users can find color screen shots and images of mobile devices as well as two main navigation tabs. The application offers a very clean, well-organized lay out that incorporates color icons into each work space. The overall result is a professional, clean application made eye-catching by a hint of color.
After the 28 day free trial is up, the user is required to select one of the four membership plans. The first is a Basic free membership which includes unlimited users, two workspaces, 1 GB of storage and access to full features. The Standard plan costs around $50 per month and upgrades to include up to six workspace, 6 GBs of storage and dedicated support. The Professional package includes up to 20 workspaces and 20 GBs of storage for around $125 per month. The Max plan costs around $200 per month and includes unlimited workspaces and 40 GBs of storage space.
Glasscubes is a helpful tool for small to medium size businesses. The application covers everything from team or department communication to project management. The design is simple and professional, making it a great choice for almost any industry.