Email management firm Xobni has released a tool designed to help organisations manage and deploy the company's namesake plug-in for Outlook which allows users to easily find information in their inbox.
Available immediately, Xobni Enterprise is a web-based portal that lets administrators easily customise and deploy Xobni across the business, according to the firm.
Using the portal, customers can manage user profiles, groups and access to Xobni Extensions. It also links with corporate LDAP or Active Directory services to retrieve user profile information.
Xobni itself is a free download that extends Outlook 2003 or 2007 by offering search tools, conversation threading and a social networking platform. The software is aimed at professionals who need a faster and more effective way of sifting through their inbox to find the information they require.
According to Xobni, the average user can save more than 30 minutes a week, and the tool has consequently found its way into 80 per cent of Fortune 500 companies.
"With Xobni Enterprise, companies of all sizes can dramatically increase the productivity of their workforce," said Xobni chief executive Jeff Bonforte.
Xobni Enterprise also ships with a framework that allows organisations to create their own custom extensions to link with other systems such as customer relationship management or company web portals. Licensing is expected to start at about $30 (£18) per user per year.
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