Do cards still mean business?

  • Article by: JEFF STRICKLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 10, 2012 - 8:35 AM

Apps for trading contact information haven't put an end to business cards yet. Perhaps they never will.

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abhaykhuranaApr. 9, 12 4:16 PM

Agreed, we are in a transition period in this space. What's interesting is that many solutions today either just make business cards less of a pain (by scanning, etc.) or are simply not complete enough to actually be a viable replacement for business cards. This is why a viable alternative hasn't really begun to replace paper business cards. We think that a real solution has to be usable by anyone, anywhere, in any circumstance (like traditional business cards) and has to offer compelling benefits - like automated follow-up so that I don't have to remember to e-mail John Doe in three weeks (for example), contact syncing so that people I meet automatically show-up everywhere I need them, and multiple "cards" so that I can share just the information I want with particular people. Unfortunately, nothing has met that profile – until now. We're just about to release Feathr, a cross-platform application that provides these compelling benefits. We're just about to start our private beta. If you'd like to get in, you can do so here. http://www.feathrapp.com/

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