Now a Seattle startup wants to help.
The idea came from the team’s experience building Operem, another Seattle startup which helps companies protect and share their intellectual property.
“Neither of those are good for the collaboration process,” Osler said.
The COVID-19 crisis has not caused roadblocks for S!NG, Osler said.
It raised the cash from angel investors in Seattle, Canada, and elsewhere.

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