A private and
powerful video library for
teams that thrive on documentation
By now, you know what Spiti does. Now learn why we do what we do – and
about the people who make building your internal video library.
A short tale about Spiti
If you're here, it probably means you waste a lot of time looking for team videos at work. Or, you have a ton of work videos and haven't found the best way to organize and democratize access.
Don't worry, you're not alone. But how did we get here?
You recorded a Zoom or Google meeting, hoping to revisit or share it with your team. Perhaps you've done this every time you've had a meeting. Only, you can't seem to find it when you want.
You've probably been creating videos — product demos, code walkthrough, design reviews, all hands, tech talks, onboarding — and diligently organizing them on the cloud. Except, it's neither easy to find nor easy to share.
You have 5 tabs open in 5 different tools, searching for something you are sure you've stored in one of them.
Twenty minutes later, you still can't find it. You then forget about it, send an email about it, have a meeting for the same, or simply recreate it.
Then, something (psst... read remote/hybrid work) happened in the year 2020, and the number of out-of-control videos multiplied by a large number! We weren't prepared!
We tried using Dropbox, Google Drive, Zoom Cloud, YouTube, Vimeo, and even Notion to organize and share these videos with our team and customers. Still, things didn't work out very well. These tools were not built to address this new problem. We were overwhelmed.
Our team taped all the team video problems together and designed a comprehensive solution. We wanted to break away from the traditional way of simply storing engaging knowledge and context on the cloud. We wanted to make access to internal teams’ knowledge easy, engaging, and smooth.
Spiti is a better way to store, share, collaborate, and engage with your team, customers, leads, and other organizations.
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