Vulcan is a complete visual knowledge management and team collaboration platform.
Key features and unique differences of Vulcan to perceptively similar tools, which on the surface may appear to have a similar value proposition.
Let's begin with acknowledgement of where Vulcan is similar or at least consistent with other visual collaboration and digital whiteboard tools.
Vulcan is much more focussed on the challenges of the day-to-day collaboration between remote teams that are working individually most of the time, yet need to share progress, status, ideation and narrative while avoiding excessive meetings and video calls.
The building blocks of this approach are integral to Vulcan.
Vulcan is purposefully positioned closer to the deep, rich knowledge base concepts that teams use (and misuse) to capture organisation knowledge. Too often these tools are used for ideation, when they are not designed for this purpose.
Existing visual collaboration tools place emphasis on live in-person collaboration via remote workshops. Vulcan, on the other hand, is primarily focussed on the work that happens in between these sessions - when people go away individually to DO the research and preparation, take the follow up actions, the continuous iteration, the design process, and related project work takes place.
Vulcan was built with Extensibility in mind. We provide rich functionalities that are simple to use for Developers* to customise Vulcan.