If your organization still relies on emails for collaboration, it’s time to make a switch. Choose the type of tool that serves you best.
Planning to rely just on chat for collaboration? Think again. Instant messaging platforms limit the collaboration abilities of your employees and drown them in a sea of notifications. They require employees to always be on and are hard to untangle.
You need a collaboration platform that can stretch across the entire organization and is built into the work you are already doing, including managing projects and processes. Employees should have contextual discussions around work, helping keep conversations focused on work and not chatter.
With too many collaboration tools to choose from, you need a way to match your needs with options out there. These questions will help you zero in on the tool most suitable for you.
of employees and executives believe lack of alignment within a team impacts the outcome of a task or project.
of employees cite lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures.
is the number of emails employees receive per day. This overload results in critical mails getting lost, deleted, or just forgotten.
If you are still wondering how your workplace would look before and after the advent of a collaboration platform, here’s a comparison between before and after.
|Everything happens in email and chat||Teams use multiple options on the same platform|
|Data and conversations are siloed||Open channels mean increased cross-functional collaboration|
|Tidal waves of notifications suffocate work||Easy-to-customize notifications let workers focus while staying informed|
|An endless conveyor belt of conversations||Organized threads help you stay on topic|
|What happens in chat stays in chat||Discussions seamlessly turn into tasks, process items, and project cards|
|Shadow communication happens on multiple platforms||One secure and deeply searchable platform has all you need|
Public and private channels built for projects, teams, and interest groups to discuss work and share files easily within the organization.
Go beyond posts with tools that enable quick polling on an issue or pinning an announcement to keep everyone informed.
Threaded conversations make sure that no one gets lost in finding the information they need, and reactions and GIFs keep things light.
Channel moderators can quickly flag and delete posts and allow members to post anonymously for sensitive data gathering.
Kissflow collaboration is free for up to 100 users. Implement it and find out how it impacts your collaboration.