Competing products employ an outdated "post and share " social media platform model and the results are often stale, dated and often no longer relevant content of value. Further, competing systems are often cobbled together using disparate functional areas with often duplicated features.
Peeristics is modeled after more relevant collaboration-enabling, "living" tools like Slack, Trello, and Google docs, where the best and most useful content can thrive. Peeristics functions are well integrated and features exist in one place. Functions are shared seamlessly and are always fewer steps away thereby achieve the goal of greater adoption.
Often competing platforms are limited to a single environment that restricts the user experience to the limited functionality of the application.
Peeristics offers an ever-expanding applicable ecosystem. Teachers can easily integrate available blogs, tweets, and sites to stretch the system boundaries.
Competing platforms offer a single environment that merely change page visuals or other provide new installations with poor back-end integrations.
Peeristics is the first education platform to provide true multi-tenant environment where each network can customize both function, form and experience. Control of sharing can be from the the lowest to the highest level of content or feature.
Dated technologies rely often rely on a document library or document management system with a minimal (store, sort, share) capability.
Peeristics continuously builds on content details and contextual data are leveraged to generate key insights resulting in fresher, more comprehensive and timely assets.