Businesses need their employees to perform smarter, faster and more productively. With increasing competition, it has become extremely important to encourage and promote collaboration at your office. Effective team work can significantly improve the overall productivity of your business.
Collaboration technologies and tools now make it easy to share ideas, brainstorm, and work on projects even from different locations. Many businesses have embraced collaboration solutions. Your business can benefit from the many advantages of the innovations solutions out there.
Employees can use internal collaboration tools to get work done, instead of sticking to just email. Many companies are now investing in more efficient means of communicating and collaborating at the office.
There many different collaboration tools and resources you can use. Making a great choice for your new business can be overwhelming. It’s always a good idea to get different perspectives to help you make the most out of your communication tools for your business.
In our upcoming Twitter chat, business experts, small business owners and technology professionals will reveal some of the best collaboration tools they use and how their chosen tools have improved productivity in their businesses. You will get a better knowledge about the right tools your business should be using for better communication and collaboration.
In collaboration with Microsoft, the Twitter chat “Collaboration Tools For Business Growth,” will take place on Friday, December 2, 2016, 6PM GMT / 10AM PT / 1PM ET.
We will discuss the biggest problem collaboration apps solve for your business and the greatest tangible benefit of communication tools. Business experts will also reveal whether “total collaboration” – integrated email, collaboration, conferencing is the future of business communication.
Here is how you can join us for the upcoming Twitter chat:
TOPIC: “Collaboration Tools For Business Growth”
Thomas Oppong, Founder @AllTopStartups
David Smith, VP WW SMB at Microsoft (@DavidSmithSMB)
Cindy Bates, VP of SMB at Microsoft (@Cindy_Bates)
WHEN: Friday, December 2, 2016, 6PM GMT / 10AM PT / 1PM ET