by Lea Gikas
Today, business professionals are expected to get their work done, fast. Many companies now rely on enterprise collaboration tools to improve and enhance overall efficiency.
The partnership between Smartsheet and Microsoft is built on the drive to create a seamless collaboration across tools and platforms. The Enterprise Collaboration Report shows that customers are demanding tools that allow their employees to work seamlessly across platforms.
True collaboration requires tools that play nicely with other workplace technologies. With multiple integrations, Smartsheet and Microsoft strive to enable this reality for their mutual customers.
by Andre Ropeta on May 1, 2018
According to the Enterprise Collaboration Report, 97% of organizations use two or more collaboration apps to stay on top of work planning and execution. Yet multiple apps can lead to disparate information and ultimately slow work down.
For teams that work across organizations, these issues are exponentially larger — in part because different workers choose their favorite app and check it often, but only look at the others sporadically, if at all. As a result, a project manager would need to engage stakeholders through different apps or expect significant delays in responses.
That’s why we’re excited to announce Smartsheet for Workplace. Workplace by Facebook is a dedicated and secure space for companies to connect, communicate, and collaborate using familiar Facebook features such as News Feed, groups, messages, and events. Now, with Smartsheet for Workplace, you can choose to receive Smartsheet notifications directly in Workplace.
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