How smart teams save time and stay informed.

Edit any page with one click, radically streamline team knowledge sharing.

Instant Annotation.

Capture more employee insight, guaranteed.

Less Email, More Insight

Instead, a single, precise digest teams can depend on.

Measurably more efficient research sharing and editing - from articles to PDFs - for modern organizations that want to reduce email and increase information quality.

Faster Teams

Never email an article or print a PDF ever again.

Rewordly helps your team stay out of the muck so they can focus on adding real value and taking their unique insight further.

More Engaged Emoloyees

One of the most cited issues by top talent is lack of recognition.

Rewordly transforms everyday work into a more rewarding, motivating process.

Superior Information

Rewordly makes sharing helpful findings and notes faster and easier, across streams.

It also means better knowledge transfer, minimizing the effect of employee turnover.

Marketing Rocket Fuel

Rewordly makes it effortless to turn your internal experts into bonafide thought leaders.

Their insight becomes your marketing fuel.

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Instant editing. Never leave the page.

Unified hub. All sources and experts, indexed.

Daily digest. Exact, actionable insight.

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A lightbulb in the socket is worth two in the pocket.- Bill Wolf (1950-2001) via MIT intro to Knowledge Management

Rewordly is on a mission to make research sharing and management faster, unified, and actually useful.

Our team has worked with various organizations over the years. Despite each of these companies being full of smart, efficient people, they all fell prey to the same problems: bloated inboxes and messaging systems, misplaced information, and more redundant work than should ever be allowed. Rather than quality information being captured, shared, and used, it was being saved and stored in consistently haphazard ways.

Knowledge workers waste 9.3 hours/week
on poor information processes.-McKinsey

Once we dug into the data, we were astonished by the numbers. McKinsey, for example, writes that, on average, 9.3 hours/week are wasted per knowledge workedr when it comes to poor information processes. It’s the equivalent of hiring 5 employees, and only having 4 of them work while one spends their entire week wandering about looking for or dealing with poor information.

3 areas contribute to inefficient information processes - a lack of: speed, unity, and usefulness.

In our experience we have identified 3 areas that contribute to inefficient information processes: speed, unity, and usefulness. Usually, the information saving or sharing process is too disruptive and slow to the flow of work, resulting in careless saving or vague sharing (or none at all - it is estimated that up to 80% of employee insight is lost on this alone). Compounding the poor information is the tendency for it to be saved “wherever possible”, whether email, bookmarks, messages, or cloud documents, resulting in a mess of scattered information. Finally, while bringing these many streams into one place is very helpful, the average employee and the busy executive do not have time to be frequently visiting any kind of content hub.


Using these observations, we built Rewordly to tackle them: with speed, multi-stream integration, and pragmatic daily digests. We’re on a mission to help teams move faster and be smarter, and we hope you’ll join us in making this mission a success.

Mario - CEO

@1upm

Multi-award winner. Digital strategy, digital innovation, digital campaign, and digital education experience at national & international level in Canada & France.

Matei - CTO

@heymatei

15 years building large-scale platforms and leading international web dev projects. Author of platform architecture mwe.io (validated by 500k+ users worldwide).

Jamil - VP Sales

Corporate B2B sales and sales management experience at multinationals.

Rachel - PM & BD

Experienced business anlayst and business development lead, graduate of Queens U Engineering & Ivey MSc.

Eduard - Data

Data whiz, algorithm recognized by MIT.

Gregoire - BD

Experienced tech PM + growth strategist.



Advisors

Jacquelyn

CEO @ DailySecret, former Director of Digital Planning @ NYTimes

Florin

Visiting scholar, Columbia Business School, ex-FedEx Manager CEE

Chris

CTO @ Jarv.us, Code for America National Advisory Council

Adriana

Program Director at TD Bank, ex-IBM Global Business Solutions Executive PM

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