Sharetronix

Sharetronix

Sharetronix (formerly Blogtronix) is a provider of an enterprise social software suite for small to large businesses. It provides blogs, wikis, social networking, microblogging, real-time collaboration and document management.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2005
Employees
1200
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