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Casual Collaboration Platform from Ribose Now Open for Beta Users

Take the hassle out of making plans with friends and family for Labor Day

BOSTON, Aug. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The Labor Day weekend is a great opportunity to connect with family and friends for one last time over the summer, but coordinating plans can be more time consuming than working! Just in time for the holiday, Ribose today announced that it is offering a limited number of beta log-ins for its new online platform,

Ribose is designed to simplify the way groups of all sizes collaborate.  The platform brings together an unmatched collection of tools, applications and widgets that harness the real-time, social and cloud-based flexibility of today’s internet to help streamline, organize and plan anything from a small family gathering to a social club’s ongoing activities.  

Beta access to the Ribose site is free for registered users. Beta users will be allowed up to 10 invitations to begin building their collaboration teams. To learn more, or to register for beta access and begin tapping into the power of casual collaboration, visit The site will launch as a full release in the fall of 2012.

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About Ribose

For busy people who struggle to plan and manage all of the personal or business projects, events and adventures that make their life interesting, Ribose is a full-featured casual collaboration platform that provides all the necessary tools and connections needed to simultaneously plan activities of all sizes with friends, family, colleagues and partners. Founded by Ronald Tse, Ribose brings together in one secure site the real-time, social and cloud based flexibility of today’s internet with a full catalogue of tools, applications and widgets, to uncover even more linkages, better streamline activities and create customizable new ways to organize anything from a small, casual family gathering to a social club’s ongoing activities.

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