I think the first thing to do is to tell you what the Zula app is:
It’s your team meeting place, without the need to actually meet and waste valuable work / personal time.
The app allows you to open “Zulas” for every need or team, helping you communicate on the go.
For example, as creative manager, I can keep track of creative, media and CS projects in one place.
What can you do in your Zula?
Well, that’s where the magic is:
You can text all the members in a chat environment, you can make a group conference call, share files, and all in all - be in control of all your projects and team members in one great looking app.
To conclude the “What is Zula?” segment - It’s a time saving app for running projects. And yes, it saves a lot of time!
Why I like Zula when there’s so many apps out there in the same ecosystem should be your next question.
Well, a good friend of mine who’s an investor once told me something about a company he invested in and was sold for some tens of millions of dollars: “I didn’t believed in the product, I believed in the people behind it so I invested in them”. He was right to do so, as he made a nice return on his money.
In Zula’s case, I believe both in the product and the people, so it’s a no brainer.
The Zula team include some of the sharpest and well known brains of the startup industry:
Jeff Pulver (Or half of him, If I may compliment another dude) - An Investor in twitter, foursquare and many more, and basically the man who invented the VOIP (the thing that made Skype possible, to give one example).
Jacob Ner-David - Another well known VOIP visionary.
And my favorite, my good friend Hillel Fuld, who joined the team full time now. He is writing about tech and startups for the Huff post, for Mashable, and many more, helps every startup he can find by advising and connecting, and he’s addicted to selfies way before the oscars…
So if your looking for an app to help you manage teams on the go, with great UX and some great people behind it, check out Zula at the App store and Google play.
* Note: This post is not a promoted post. I wasn’t asked to write it, I just wanted to share my love for a great app.