Vialect is the provider of Noodle, a social intranet software that brings microblogging, wikis, document sharing, instant messaging and other social business tools into a single portal. They are a privately held company that was founded in 2003 and based in Ontario Canada. Their clients range from small user groups to 5000 employee enterprises.

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