Menlo Park, CA (PRWEB) December 12, 2013
Cy Khormaee, a recent Harvard MBA graduate, struggled to remember all of the new people he met on a daily basis. Business cards got lost, and contact lists were inaccessible on the go - when they are needed most. This sparked Lightspeed Ventures to offer Khormaee a fellowship to move to Silicon Valley and build the PeopleNotes iPhone app.
PeopleNotes is the perfect app to keep track of the many people young professionals meet and interact with daily. The app enables users to take notes about anyone they meet, and aggregates useful information (from social media and other sources) so that it is at users' fingertips during conversation. PeopleNotes can also remind users when they have lost touch with an important contact and recommend news articles to send to that contact to reconnect.
Especially in this era where mobile technology making it harder for people to connect in person, PeopleNotes is an app that can improve millennials' ability to network. "Imagine never forgetting anything about your contacts ever again," says Khormaee. The PeopleNotes team launched December 8th - just in time to help their peers navigate the holiday party networking season.
Khormaee noted that “too many promising relationships are lost due lack of follow up” and stressed the importance of “managing the entire lifecycle of your relationships”. PeopleNotes is designed to help people start and continually grow their most important relationships over time. The app is easily characterized as LinkedIn meets Evernote – creating a very specific use case that enables easy note taking paired with rich contact information in a single elegant interface
PeopleNotes offers integration of contacts from LinkedIn and the iPhone Address Book to create a complete record of a user’s contacts. Also, the app can help users record interactions with their contacts so users easily look up the last time they spoke to their contacts. With so many enterprise-focused Mobile CRMs available PeopleNotes is one app that stands out as being powerful and easy enough to use that every professional should pick it up: