Oklahoma startup aims to change creative collaborationPublished: Sunday, December 8, 2019 By: Scott Meacham Source: NewsOK
It is exciting when Oklahoma startups set out to change industries. That’s the story of Cage, an Oklahoma City company with customers from around the world.
Cage provides a web-based tool that helps creative professionals — from freelancers to branding agencies to in-house creative departments — collaborate on projects and share ideas in one place in real time, no matter who is working on what.
“We are on a mission to transform the way creative professionals work on a massive scale,” said Sandip Patel, Cage founder and CEO. “Design is no longer a nice-to-have; it is now a prerequisite for most successful companies and brands.”
That demand has led to an explosive growth in the number of new creative professionals, the gig economy to corporate and agency teams. Today, more than ever, talented creatives who may be separated by an aisle, several states or the world’s great oceans — need to work together in real time on cross-functional teams to deliver on time and on target.
Read the story on NewsOK.com.