Social Network Address Book Creates More Informed Interactions [Future Of Work]
Brewster helps users create an ecosystem of contextual information around all of their contacts to improve address book data.
- 27 january 2013
Mobile application Brewster helps users create an ecosystem of contextual information around all of their contacts to improve address book data and facilitate better informed interactions with friends and colleagues. Brewster connects with a user’s social networks and address books to supplement secondary information about the people that you connect with. Although users may not have entered every contact’s profession or ﬁrst interaction, the information is collected from social networks and tied to their contact information.
Users can also stay in touch easily by quickly browsing everyone’s birthdays, receive nudges to stay in touch with someone that you have less frequent contact with and even search by city.
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