Learn which communication technologies and apps can help you grow your business
Step aside, email! The business world is evolving, and so is how teams are communicating and collaborating.
Good communication is integral to any business, to keep you and your team members connected with clients and colleagues no matter where they are.
Join us to explore which communication tools and apps you should be using now—and how they can help you take your business to the next level.
Fed up of trying to untangle confusing email threads? With an internal communication tool, you can organize conversations, create chats for specific projects and departments, access a searchable history of messages, and share files with ease.
Many internal communication tools have web browser versions, desktop apps and mobile apps—so you can stay connected no matter which device you’re on.
The internal communication tool our clients love: Slack (basic version is free; paid plans start at $6.67 per user/month).
The right project management tool can help you make every project a success. You’ll be able to keep your team in sync, visualize your timeline of tasks, and meet all those deadlines like a pro!
A top-rated project management tool: Asana (basic version is free; paid plans start at $9.99 per user/month).
Keep everyone in your team on the same page—literally! If you regularly send or receive important documents via email, you know how hard it can be to make sure you’re always looking at the right version.
With a document collaboration tool it’s easy to create, edit, store and share content with colleagues and clients. Instead of having to email a new version every time there’s a revision, you instead have one ‘live’ document — meaning that everyone is always working with the most up-to-date information.
Our favorite document collaboration tool: Google Drive (free for up to 15GB; more storage is available starting at $19.99/year).
These are just some of the great communication tools that will help you and your team keep in contact, stay on track and reach your goals.
What’s your favorite business communication tool? Contact us to let us know!