Cotap, a workplace messaging service, has launched integrations with Box, Dropbox, Google’s OneDrive, and a desktop app. The new additions are designed to make it easier for users to share files and collaborate. The integrations allow users to share files directly from their preferred cloud service without leaving the Cotap app. The desktop app, available for both Windows and Mac, enables users to send messages and files from their computer, rather than just their mobile device.

Cotap’s move to integrate with popular cloud services positions it as a competitor to other workplace communication tools like Slack. However, Cotap differentiates itself by focusing on mobile-first communication, targeting non-desk workers who primarily use their phones for work. The company’s goal is to make workplace communication as easy as texting, with added features for file sharing and collaboration.

The company is backed by Charles River Ventures and Emergence Capital Partners, and has raised $15.5 million in funding to date. Cotap’s user base is primarily in the healthcare, hospitality, and retail sectors. The service is free to use, but offers a premium version for $5 per user per month, which includes additional features such as unlimited message history and priority support.

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