Paris, December 6, 2011 – Kwaga, the creator of the semantic recognition platform that analyzes emails announced today that it will now be offering the Premium Version of its WriteThat.name service for free to all educational institutions. WriteThat.name is the online service that automatically updates the Gmail/Google Apps address book.
Not only 61 of the Top 100 schools are using Google Apps for Education but over 14 millions students, faculty and staff are now using Google Apps throughout the world. On top of the powerful collaborative features provided by the Google product, these organizations will now freely benefit from WriteThat.name to keep tab of any change in their contacts’ details.
“We are very proud to be now part of this “free for education” tradition. This is a modest contribution we can make to all researchers and labs that we’ve been working with throughout the years and also to all whose works and findings help improve the technologies we use on a daily basis.” says Philippe Laval, Kwaga CEO.
The offering in details
- Target: any educational institution that uses Google Apps or Gmail.
- Version: WriteThat.name Premium with unlimited contact updated daily and the ability to add up to 2 additional email addresses to the main Google Apps address in order to consolidate all contact updates into one single address book.
- Pricing : Free, instead of the $3 per month and user.
- For all “.edu” domains, it is automatic
- For non-”.edu” domains, please contact Kwaga at firstname.lastname@example.org to designate your domain as an educational institution in the system
Using semantic recognition to identify and extract contact details from email signatures, WriteThat.Name automates the process of updating Gmail and Google Apps contacts. Kwaga provides both individuals and corporations increased productivity with this virtual assistant dedicated to the time consuming task of keeping contacts up-to-date.