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DivvyHQ launches version 2.0 with the likes of Walmart, Adobe on board

Kansas City-based content planning startup DivvyHQ officially launched its new platform, DivvyHQ 2.0, today. Along with a redesigned, touch-friendly interface and new features like a custom workflow builder, Divvy’s platform is now being used by companies such as Walmart, Adobe, the National Geographic Channel, Intel and more. It now offers unlimited shared calendars, more customizable content fields, production-task management features and a custom workflow builder. The company, which launched in 2011, closed a seed round of funding from Omaha-based Dundee Venture Capital last July. — Source: DivvyHQ

 


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