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It allows organizations to build "applications" that allow people to bring order to processes that were chaotic and paper-based.
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this is far greater value than simply finding ways for multiple people to work on a document.
Don't forget LiquidPlanner (http://www.liquidplanner.com) - not only does it have excellent collaboration tools, but is also a robust overall project management system. Many like to claim that Basecamp is a project management tool, but I think its mainly a collaboration tool with a calendar. There's no way to set durations for tasks, see dependancies, etc. So, yes, Basecamp is good for collaboration, but for close the same price you can get great collaboration and strong project management.
i vote for Adobe Connect
Adobe ConnectNow is all you'd need and it's FREE and allows desktop sharing between 3 groups.
What about Zoho?
http://www.atlassian.com/ is better
What about Google Sites?
I use Skype quite a bit when working through a drafting process with clients. There are plenty of add-ons (mostly free) that give Skype a great deal of flexibility. I have Google Wave, but so far, I find Skype much more powerful.
While QuickBase is not a collaboration tool per se. It allows organizations to build "applications" that allow people to bring order to processes that were chaotic and paper-based. To me, this is far greater value than simply finding ways for multiple people to work on a document.