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Collaboration Platform "Twake" To Give 6 Months Free Access to First 10,000 Enterprises

Twake is an impressive open-source collaboration platform offers many goodies even being in the beta stage.

You can also check out our original coverage that we published last year to know what exactly it offers and why it looks to be a promising modern Nextcloud alternative.

In case you didn’t know, Twake is developed by LINAGORA, a France-based open-source company. Their servers are hosted in EU, and they are GDPR compliant.

Recently, I came across a generous offer by Twake that lets enterprises to try it out for free while getting some additional perks. Here, I’ll mention everything you need to know about it.

First 10,000 Enterprises To Sign Up Gets Free Access

It is a limited offer but a pretty good one considering that not many enterprises have signed up for it by the time you are reading this.

They kicked off this offer during CES 2021, and it seems to be a fantastic deal that you may not want to pass. I’m not sure when this offer ends, though.

As I mentioned it above, the first 10,000 enterprises to sign up will get completely free access for the first 6 months. However, the offer will be eligible only for enterprises up to 50 users, not more than that.

You can surely add more users if you have but additional users over 50 will cost you 2.99€/user. Of course, that does not seem a lot for an enterprise with over 50 users.

Not just limited to the free usage period of 6 months, but you will also get a special discount to continue using the platform for the rest of the lifetime!

Pretty sweet, right?

In addition to the offer, you will also get access to premium support and can have close discussions with the Twake team for the future of the collaboration platform.

To claim the offer, you just need to sign up through the official website as an enterprise.

Wrapping Up

Personally, I was very impressed with the user experience and features offered by Twake, so you should go for the offer even if you’re not confident if you’ll be using it.

What do you think about it? Have you tried Twake already? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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